Thomson reuters foundation

Thomson Reuters Foundation


• The Thomson Reuters Foundation ( is the philanthropic arm of Thomson Reuters, the world’s biggest news and information provider. We leverage the know-how, reach and reputation of Thomson Reuters to run free programmes that promote the highest standards in journalism and strengthen the rule of law worldwide: free legal assistance, under-reported news, media development, and the Trust Conference. The Thomson Reuters Foundation also provides training solutions to companies, media outlets, and governmental organisations, and funds the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford, a world-leading research centre and publisher of the Digital News Report. We act as a source of unbiased thought leadership in areas including modern slavery and human trafficking, women’s rights, and climate change and resilience. • TrustLaw:We spread excellence in the practice of pro bono worldwide. We work with the world’s best law firms to provide free legal assistance and ground-breaking research to over 3,500 NGOs and social enterprises in 175 countries. • Under-Reported News: Our team of 46 journalists coverts the news overlooked by mainstream media: modern slavery and human trafficking, the human impact of climate change, women’s rights, land and property rights, and social innovation. All our stories are available for republication free of charge. • Media Development: We promote the highest standards in journalism by training and mentoring reporters around the world to cover news accurately and impartially. • Trust Conference: We convene thought leaders, decision makers and activists to take action to fight modern slavery and put the rule of law behind human rights.  


Staff at Thomson Reuters Foundation have experience in


  • development
  • market research
  • media affairs / public relations
  • events / training
  • writing / journalism


  • bloomberg philantrophies
  • ec
  • world bank group
  • goal global


  • india
  • united states
  • australia
  • spain
  • pakistan


  • managerial experience
  • business development
  • experience in recruitment
  • international experience
  • with experience in conflict areas

Contact Thomson Reuters Foundation

Former staff

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Company Offices
  • United Kingdom (headquarters)
  • London
  • 30 South Colonnade, Canary Wharf
  • Colombia
  • Bogota
  • Calle 94-A No 13-34
  • China
  • Beijing
  • Room 703-06, Tower 1, China Central Place, No.81 Jianguolu Road
  • South Africa
  • Johannesburg
  • 38 West Street, Sandton 4th Floor, The Chelsea Reuters SA
  • India
  • Mumbai
  • Peninsula Corporate Park, 3rd Floor Nicholas Piramal Tower, B Wing Ganpatrao Kadam Marg, (Off Senapati Bapat Marg), Lower Parel
  • United States
  • New York
  • 3 Times Square
  • Kenya
  • Nairobi
  • 12th Floor Finance House, Loita Street
  • Egypt
  • Cairo
  • Floor 21 Bank Masr Tower 153 Mohamed Farid Street Downtown
  • Brazil
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Av Presidente Wilson, 231 12 Andar Sala
  • India
  • Delhi
  • 10th Floor Birla House 25 Barakhamba Road
  • Thailand
  • Bangkok
  • 35th Floor, U Chu Liang 968 Rama IV Road
  • United States
  • Washington, D. C.
  • 1333 H St NW – 4th Floor

In the News

Land Matters for transparency

Land title alone won't end poverty — but it's a start

23 September 2013
In partnership with Trust Women Conference

Longing for Spring: The revolution that betrayed Arab women

13 November 2013
In partnership with the Trust Women Conference

They walk among us

18 October 2013
In the news: Health

How to protect patient data in mHealth?

9 November 2012

In Cambodia, holdouts fight a rising tide

3 August 2017
North-south relations

Oxfam to split headquarters, welcome new associate members

25 November 2014


Primary sectors

Media Affairs / Public Relations
Civil Rights
Events / Training
Research & Development
Market Research
Economic Policy
Human Trafficking
Legislation / Regulations
Climate Change
Procurement Process

Primary Funders