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Through news, media development, free legal assistance, training and convening initiatives, we combine our unique services to drive systemic change.
From our CEO
Our focus areas double down on our core expertise of media freedom, inclusive economies and human rights. This framework encompasses all of our existing activities, offering the perfect opportunity to develop initiatives and partnerships that are clearly relevant to us, and highlights the wider and collective outcomes of the organisation.
Our commitment to the fight against racism and discrimination
The Thomson Reuters Foundation stands with the Black community today and every day: Racism, bigotry and prejudice have no place in society. We will harness the power of our media and legal services to play a more proactive role in the continued fight for equality and more inclusive economies.
COVID-19: Our response and our impact
Just 10 weeks ago, as the world began grappling with the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Thomson Reuters Foundation launched the first of its responses – grounded in its journalism and legal expertise – to better equip those right on the frontlines of the crisis.
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