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Fighters for women, LGBT+ rights, climate make most-influential lists

6:18pm BST

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Feminists, fighters for LGBT+ rights and foes of climate change took the public spotlight on Thursday, named to annual lists honoring leadership and influence compiled by U.S. publications Time and Fortune.

Fighters for women, LGBT+ rights, climate make most-influential lists

18 Apr 2019

NEW YORK, April 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Feminists, fighters for LGBT+ rights and foes of climate change took the public spotlight on Thursday, named to annual lists honoring leadership and influence compiled by U.S. publications Time and Fortune.

'Change the men', say U.S. fighters against sex trafficking

18 Apr 2019

ST. PAUL, Minnesota (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Schools where trafficking survivors teach men who buy illegal sex to "feel my pain" are growing and succeeding as a way to cut U.S. demand for prostitution, experts say.

Want to beat Trump? Do a balancing act, says Hillary Clinton

12 Apr 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Presidential hopefuls must walk a fine line to defeat U.S. President Donald Trump, presenting their own views while fending off his attacks, said former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who lost to Trump in a bitter 2016 race.

Sudanese woman in iconic protest image reports getting death threats

12 Apr 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A woman who has come to symbolize protests in Sudan after being photographed chanting atop a car during protests against President Omar al-Bashir said on Thursday she had received death threats since her image went viral.

UPDATE 1-Sudanese woman in iconic protest image reports getting death threats

12 Apr 2019

NEW YORK, April 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A woman who has come to symbolize protests in Sudan after being photographed chanting atop a car during protests against President Omar al-Bashir said on Thursday she had received death threats since her image went viral.

Sudanese woman in iconic protest image reports getting death threats

11 Apr 2019

NEW YORK, April 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A woman who has come to symbolize protests in Sudan after being photographed chanting atop a car during protests against President Omar al-Bashir said on Thursday she has gotten death threats since her image went viral.

Goals of ending poverty, inequality doomed without financial fix, U.N. says

05 Apr 2019

UNITED NATIONS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - New ways to ease national debts, boost wages and expand trade must be put into practice urgently or the United Nations' goals to combat global poverty, inequality and other woes will fail, said a report issued on Thursday by top financial organizations.

Goals of ending poverty, inequality doomed without financial fix, UN says

05 Apr 2019

UNITED NATIONS, April 4 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - New ways to ease national debts, boost wages and expand trade must be put into practice urgently or the United Nations' goals to combat global poverty, inequality and other woes will fail, said a report issued on Thursday by top financial organizations.

'Snail's pace' progress of women in politics calls for tougher measures, leaders say

12 Mar 2019

UNITED NATIONS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The number of women in the top echelons of world politics has crawled to an all-time high, but progress is so slow that more quotas and incentives are called for, female leaders said at the United Nations on Tuesday.

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