Thomson Reuters Foundation

United Kingdom

Description

Created in 1982 to support journalists from developing countries, the Thomson Reuters Foundation today runs a number of award-winning services to deliver news, information, free legal help and media development to a number of different audiences. Thomson Reuters Foundation News is a free humanitarian news service run by the Thomson Reuters Foundation covering crises worldwide. Our award-winning website provides trusted news and information on natural disasters, human trafficking, women's rights, conflicts, property and land rights, refugees, hunger, diseases and climate change.

Affiliated grantees

Funded projects

Bolly Lolly Dhally

This project will explore women’s opportunities and struggles in the South Asian film industries: innovating opportunities, demanding good working conditions, calling out sexual abuse, and changing perceptions through plotlines.

When Women Rule

The multimedia package explores the challenges women politicians across the developing world are taking on, the obstacles they face, and the difference they make in an effort to answer the question: what happens when women rule?

Big Men

Big Men tells ​the stories of East Africa's unlikely feminists: men in Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya who are redefining masculinity and/or fighting for female empowerment.