Trust Conference is the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s flagship annual event and a leading human rights forum. Normally held in the heart of London each year, the conference brings together some 600 delegates from diverse sectors representing more than 60 countries. In 2020 and 2021, the forum has moved online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Previous speakers have included Nobel Laureate and social entrepreneur Professor Muhammad Yunus, Chief Executive at Oxfam GB Danny Sriskandarajah, Executive Director of the Committee to Protect Journalists Joel Simon, Creative Director of Eco Age Ltd Livia Firth, Technical Research Manager at Stanford Internet Observatory Renée DiResta, Associate Director at UCLA and author of ‘Algorithms of Oppression’ Safiya Noble and Co-Founder and Director of Tandem Research Urvashi Aneja.
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Changing the narrative: Climate change as a human rights risk
Making a ‘Just Transition’: Will the future of work be truly inclusive?
Achieving ‘Net-zero’: The world’s next moonshot?
Leveraging ESG momentum for social good
The business case for inclusive economies
Threats to independent journalism around the world: What does the future hold for media freedom?
Diversity in the newsroom: Ensuring a plurality of voices
Female journalists under attack: How online and real world threats risk limiting women’s participation in journalism
Defending media freedom: Introducing the ‘Legal Network for Journalists at Risk’
Surveillance vs Privacy: The ongoing fight for digital rights