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Shoe brands urged to tackle forced labour at tanneries and ran...

By Emma Batha LONDON, June 23 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Leading shoe and designer clothing labels including Nike and Puma have made progress in tackling forced labour in their leather supply chains but could do more to address the issue at tanneries and ... DNA, 1 day ago

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Gucci purses and watermelons: dreaming of a better future for Kenya's hungry north

By Katy Migiro NAIROBI, June 23 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Kenya can escape the 'Groundhog Day' of recurrent hunger crises by investing in irrigated farming and leather tanneries in its arid lands, experts said on Friday, as poor spring rains have failed ...
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Panic buttons and apps come to rescue of elderly Indians suffering abuse

By Rina Chandran MUMBAI, June 23 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Police, advocates and entrepreneurs have launched mobile apps and panic buttons to report abuse against the elderly in India, where the number of older people living alone has risen, yet talking ...
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EU falls short in fighting Asian human traffickers - audit

By Magdalena Mis LONDON, June 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The European Union is a magnet for human traffickers from Asia and must run better programmes in the region if it is to combat the global trade in people, according to a report by the European ...
 DNA3 days ago Fewer child sex slaves in Mumbai brothels, but underground trade a concern: study  DNA1 week ago Traffickers lure Indian girls into sex slavery with "Taj Mahal" promise  DNA2 weeks ago Indian girls to stage human trafficking drama at top arts festival  DNA3 weeks ago

You say 'climate change', I say 'global warming' - what's the difference?

LONDON, June 22 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When it comes to climate speak, labels seem to matter: the American public - particularly Republicans - are more likely to say they doubt the existence of "global warming" than "climate change", according to ...
 DNA2 days ago FEATURE-From floods to fires, Russia sees stronger climate impacts - but efforts to adapt lag  DNA2 weeks ago Cash-strapped cities struggle to clean up their climate act  DNA4 weeks ago 8 in 10 people now see climate change as a "catastrophic risk" - survey  DNA1 month ago

FEATURE-Faster, clearer data on disasters might help shield women and children

By Amantha Perera VALASSMULLA, Sri Lanka, June 22 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When floods swept through this small town in Sri Lanka's Southern Province, 12-year-old Radhika Dayarathne lost more than her home.
 DNA2 days ago FEATURE-As disaster hits again, early warning text messages fly in Sri Lanka  DNA3 weeks ago

FEATURE-From bathrooms to buddies - Indian workplaces get transgender-friendly

By Roli Srivastava MUMBAI, June 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - During a training session for its first set of transgender recruits, officials from the new metro rail company in the southern Indian city of Kochi asked them if they had any concerns.
 DNA4 days ago Transgender women go from begging on India's trains to working for them  DNA1 month ago

Home was a goat shelter: Indian migrant recounts decades stranded in Gulf

By Anuradha Nagaraj CHENNAI, India, June 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - G nanaprakasham Rajamarian was short on cash.
 DNA4 days ago South India's scorching drought forces farmers into debt bondage  DNA2 months ago

FACTBOX-Global number of widows rises as war and disease take toll

By Emma Batha LONDON, June 23 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Millions of widows worldwide suffer crushing poverty and persecution.
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One of China's richest women hopes to keep driving culture of philanthropy

By Belinda Goldsmith LONDON, June 22 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - After starting work in a hotel kitchen, Zhai Meiqin began selling furniture and built a billion-dollar conglomerate but she took great pride on Thursday for being recognised for driving a new ...
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