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Amber Milne

'I had no choice': Sex for rent rises with coronavirus poverty

22 May 2020

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A growing number of landlords are asking tenants for sex in exchange for housing as coronavirus lockdowns and job cuts have left many struggling to pay their rent, housing experts said.

'I had no choice': Sex for rent rises with coronavirus poverty

21 May 2020

LONDON, May 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A growing number of landlords are asking tenants for sex in exchange for housing as coronavirus lockdowns and job cuts have left many struggling to pay their rent, housing experts said.

'From Ireland with love': coronavirus-hit Native Americans repaid for famine aid

06 May 2020

LONDON, May 6 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - More than $2.6 million has been raised to buy food, water and masks for Navajo and Hopi families hit by the new coronavirus, with Irish people flocking to donate in return for famine aid that Native Americans gave their ancestors centuries ago.

Welcoming new baby, Elon Musk and Grimes back gender-neutral parenting

05 May 2020

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk and Canadian singer Grimes, who announced on Tuesday the birth of their first child together, plan to join a growing number of families opting for a gender-neutral parenting style.

Welcoming new baby, Elon Musk and Grimes back gender-neutral parenting

05 May 2020

LONDON, May 5 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk and Canadian singer Grimes, who announced on Tuesday the birth of their first child together, plan to join a growing number of families opting for a gender-neutral parenting style.

Traffickers could profit when UK eases lockdown, anti-slavery chief warns

05 May 2020

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Britain must be vigilant against human traffickers when it eases the coronavirus lockdown, the country's anti-slavery chief said, warning of potential exploitation in industries such as hospitality that will be in a rush to recruit new workers.

Traffickers could profit when UK eases lockdown, anti-slavery chief warns

05 May 2020

LONDON, May 5 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Britain must be vigilant against human traffickers when it eases the coronavirus lockdown, the country's anti-slavery chief said, warning of potential exploitation in industries such as hospitality that will be in a rush to recruit new workers.

Makers of climate film starring Emma Thompson urge Britain to do more

01 May 2020

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Britain has not done enough to address climate change in the year since it became the first country to declare an emergency, say the makers of a new short film starring Emma Thompson being released on Friday to mark the anniversary.

Makers of climate film starring Emma Thompson urge Britain to do more

01 May 2020

LONDON, May 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Britain has not done enough to address climate change in the year since it became the first country to declare an emergency, say the makers of a new short film starring Emma Thompson being released on Friday to mark the anniversary.

Children reimagine cities with paper and glue amid coronavirus lockdowns

29 Apr 2020

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From "fantastical skyscrapers" to sprawling green spaces, children are creating their own cities while under lockdown, using designs from a renowned British architecture studio.

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