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Sophie Davies

No guilt trip: In space-starved cities, a 'fairer' type of home sharing emerges

Jul 02 2019

BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The residents of Eixample, an elegant, tree-lined district in central Barcelona, are getting used to a new sound: the rattle of suitcases being dragged along paving stones.

The race to revive Spain's dying 'ghost villages'

Jun 12 2019

MOLINS DE REI, Spain (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When the air pollution in China caused his son to fall seriously ill nearly three years ago, Miquel Utge knew he had to get his family as far away from city living as possible.

Spain's health minister calls for end to gay 'conversion therapy'

Apr 03 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Spain's health minister called on Wednesday for so-called conversion therapy to be abolished after a report that a branch of the Catholic Church had offered to "cure" gay people.

Spain's health minister calls for end to gay 'conversion therapy'

Apr 03 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Spain's health minister called on Wednesday for so-called conversion therapy to be abolished after a report that a branch of the Catholic Church had offered to "cure" gay people.

Spain's health minister calls for end to gay 'conversion therapy'

Apr 03 2019

LONDON, April 3 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Spain's health minister called on Wednesday for so-called conversion therapy to be abolished after a report that a branch of the Catholic Church had offered to "cure" gay people.

Feature: Who knows best? Cities consult citizens for fresh ideas

Feb 11 2019

BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Barcelona residents had until the end of January to submit suggestions for a plan to redevelop the green spaces of Montjuic, an iconic hill overlooking the Catalan capital.

The Spanish yoghurt farm that cultivates better mental health

Jul 25 2018

OLOT, Spain (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - High up in the remote hills of Catalonia, workers carefully stacked crates of yoghurt pots and diligently stuck labels on jars for one of Spain's most successful - and unusual - dairies, where nearly half the staff have mental health problems.

A Barcelona restaurant that tells refugee tales

Jun 21 2018

BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Tucked away in a mediaeval Spanish square, an unconventional restaurant is training refugees and telling their stories, hoping to change the lives of migrants and how people see them.

Cities go wild with child-friendly design

May 30 2018

BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In a part of Barcelona best known as a concrete transport hub, just a stone's throw from the bustling Sants railway station, a square has been transformed into an idyllic play area.

Unmasked and unafraid: photos of abused Spanish women break domestic violence taboo

May 28 2018

BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - After enduring years of physical and psychological abuse at the hands of their partners, almost a dozen women in Barcelona have come out of the shadows to tell their stories in pictures with celebrated veteran Swedish photographer Maria Espeus.

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