LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Alexa was eight when she discovered video games, from racing, solving puzzles and playing out fantasies in virtual worlds.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Disco parties, comedy nights, school tours and art exhibitions may be unusual ways to help break the stigma associated with female genitals, but that is exactly what the world's first vagina museum in London plans to do.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Britain's exit from the European Union could boost populist voices keen to slash foreign aid, redirect it to benefit UK businesses and hit charity budgets, industry experts said.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As global refugee flows fell last year, so did aid from rich countries, official data showed on Wednesday, tumbling for the second consecutive year, and hindering efforts to end poverty.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Modern slavery civil suits in Britain got more personal with a high court ruling on Monday that the bosses of trafficked workers - not just the companies they work for - may be "personally liable" for their treatment of victims.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Nearly half of all major British companies have failed to reduce their gender pay gap over the last year, data released on Friday showed, despite rising government pressure and public scrutiny.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - High levels of air pollution in England and Wales have been linked with psychotic experiences in teenagers, such as hearing voices and intense paranoia, scientists said on Wednesday, as poor air quality in British cities comes under scrutiny.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The dangers of breast ironing - where a young girl's breasts are compressed to stop them developing - should be taught in all British schools, the country's largest education union said on Tuesday.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Rich countries are using their aid budgets to promote their own national interests rather than focusing on helping people in poor countries, according to research published by a global think-tank on Tuesday.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - More than 3,000 suspected victims of slavery who were trafficked into Britain from outside of Europe languish in the system, and are far less likely than their local counterparts to receive timely assistance, according to anti-trafficking charities.