BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - One of Barcelona’s largest parks, named after Spanish painter Joan Miro, is just a stone’s throw from the busy crossroads between Consell de Cent and Rocafort streets, but here you could be mistaken for thinking nature is a million miles away.
BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A painting of a woman using an iPad, a vase depicting children dreaming of computers - both historical objects with a contemporary twist highlighting the world's growing digital divide during the coronavirus pandemic.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) -Online child sexual abuse could become harder to detect due to privacy protections set to take effect in the European Union next month - putting millions of children at increased risk worldwide, critics of the proposals have warned.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Parents living in deprived areas are at higher risk of feeling lonely due to COVID-19, British royal Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, said on Friday as she unveiled research that also highlighted the pandemic's impact on women's mental health.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A British fashion retailer offering Black Friday bargain-hunters discounts of up to 99% faced criticism and questions on social media over how it could keep its promises to pay factory workers fairly when charging such low prices.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - France is split over plans to ban virginity testing, with some campaigners calling the procedure barbaric and others warning of violent repercussions for some Muslim women.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Youth climate activists have urged David Attenborough to 'pass the mic' rather than jettison Instagram after just six weeks, saying the British naturalist should not abandon his 6 million followers.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Poland's decision to ban most abortions in the face of mass protest is emboldening like-minded neighbours, campaigners say, predicting a retreat on women's rights across eastern Europe.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - British charity Comic Relief said on Wednesday that it will stop sending celebrities to Africa to raise funds following criticism that figures like singer Ed Sheeran acted like "white saviours".
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Homelessness in rural areas of England has more than doubled in the past two years as the rising cost of housing has priced out local people, researchers said on Wednesday.