The Women's Reservation Bill could help women across India, but critics worry about delays in its implementation
19 October – 20 October 2023 | London
What does AI mean for human rights? How can we accelerate climate action? Join us at the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s annual event as global experts grapple with some of the most pressing issues of our time.
COP28 faces extra pressure to shift world from fossil fuels after many leaders criticise oil, coal and gas at U.N. climate summit
Australia will help island state Tuvalu raise funds to protect coasts from rising seas, testing a novel U.N. programme for adaptation
The British Prime Minister’s announcements in his net zero speech will cost consumers in the long term
As India moves to reserve a third of seats for women, global progress towards gender equality remains slow
Britain is facing criticism for cutting its foreign aid budget, putting thousands of lives at risk around the world
People of colour and other marginalised groups risk losing their right to vote due to photo ID rules. That should concern us all
Artificial intelligence tools fall short in high-stakes situations, critics say, with translators left to 'clean up the mess'
Despite the lack of public support, European governments are planning to push back on legal limits to AI in law enforcement
One year after nationwide protests erupted in Iran, people suffer rolling internet blackouts, but create an online freedom community to fight for digital rights