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Purple rice, hairless apricots to get boost under mountain lab...

By Alex Whiting ROME, Sept 30 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Purple rice from the Himalayas, hairless apricots from Kyrgyzstan and black amaranth grains from the Andes are just some of the foods to be labelled mountain products under a ... Reuters Africa, 1 hour ago
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"Press 1 for child labour": Garment workers use cellphones to report abuses

By Rina Chandran MUMBAI, Sept 30 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Textile workers from Bangladesh to Turkey are using cellphones to report child labour, delayed wages and trafficking - a trend rights groups say shows the promise of technology in ...
 Sharenet48 minutes ago 'Press 1 for child labor': Garment workers use cellphones to report abuses  Yahoo! India38 minutes ago Press 1 for child labor: Garment workers use cellphones to report abuses  SRN News2 minutes ago Press 1 for child labour: Garment workers use cellphones to report abuses  Indian Express11 minutes ago
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'The UK could and should be doing more': UNICEF calls on government to help child refugees in England

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The number of lone refugee children in English foster homes rose by 50 percent in the past year, data showed on Thursday, prompting the U.N. children's agency to urge the UK to do more to help "unprecedented" ...
 Business Insider UK20 hours ago Rise in English foster care for refugee children prompts call for govt action  Reuters Africa22 hours ago
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Cast out by custom - how one Kenyan widow won the right to own property

By Isaiah Espisu NAIROBI, Sept 29 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Her husband's death should have meant banishment from her matrimonial home in western Kenya, according to custom, but Caroline Peres Achieng Oyumbo's return there 13 years ...
 Reuters Africa23 hours ago

Poll names 10 best countries for social entrepreneurs

London (Thomson Reuters Foundation) The United States has come top of the first experts poll on the best nations for entrepreneurs using businesses to tackle social problems but the survey found the work of social entrepreneurs remains a mystery to ...
 Manila Bulletin22 hours ago Exclusive: U.S. named top country for entrepreneurs using business to do good but public puzzled - poll  Business Standard2 weeks ago UK, Canada and United States Named Best Places For Social Entrepreneurs  Blue & Green Tomorrow2 days ago
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Indian textile workers demand enforcement of 30% pay hike

CHENNAI (Thomson Reuters Foundation): Hundreds of textile workers in India's Tamil Nadu state have launched protests to demand that the first minimum wage increase in the southern state in more than 12 years is enforced. In July, the Madras High ...
 DailyFT16 hours ago Tamil Nadu textile workers demand enforcement of 30 percent pay hike  Sify3 weeks ago
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Child labour taints production of batteries for electric carmakers, Amnesty says

By Lin Taylor LONDON, Sept 30 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Leading electric carmakers may be unwittingly using child labour to produce batteries for vehicles that have grown in popularity for using clean energy aimed at limiting global warming, ...
 Sharenet12 hours ago Child labor taints production of batteries for electric carmakers, Amnesty says  Business Insider6 hours ago
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From salesman to forest defender, Papua New Guinea activist wins U.S. award

By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK, Sept 29 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - An auto parts salesman from remote Papua New Guinea who became an anti-logging campaigner won a U.S. environmental award on Thursday which he hoped would raise awareness about his ...
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One Million Women Living In Poverty In Britain Have Experienced Extensive Abuse

LONDON, Sept 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - One million women living in poverty in Britain have experienced extensive violence and abuse, a report said on Wednesday, which makes them more likely to attempt suicide, face homelessness and have ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago One million poor women in Britain have suffered violence and abuse  Yahoo! India2 days ago Britain to lift ban on women in frontline combat jobs  Reuters2 months ago 1m poor women in Britain suffer violence, abuse  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago
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Hunger 'deadlier than violence' in Boko Haram-hit northeast Nigeria

By Kieran Guilbert DAKAR, Sept 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Living conditions for people uprooted by Boko Haram violence and seeking refuge in camps and towns across northeast Nigeria are more deadly than the conflict between the ...
 Reuters Africa1 day ago Hunger deadlier than violence in Boko Haram-hit northeast Nigeria Thomson Reuters Foundation  NewsforAfrica.co.za1 day ago Biggest foe of Boko Haram refugees hunger, not violence  Japan Times1 day ago Nigeria: Hunger 'Deadlier Than Violence' in Boko Haram-Hit Northeast  AllAfrica.com1 day ago
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