The Thomson Reuters Foundation stands for free, independent journalism, human rights, women’s empowerment, and the rule of law.
We expose corruption worldwide and play a leading role in the global fight against human trafficking.
We use the skills, values, and expertise of Thomson Reuters to run programmes that trigger real change and empower people around the world, including free legal assistance, journalism and media training, coverage of the world’s under-reported stories, and the Trust Women conference.
We tackle global issues and achieve lasting impact.
We are a rapidly growing organisation with over 80 staff members around the world. We speak 30 languages, represent 24 countries, and work in 12 office locations across the Americas, Africa, Asia and Europe. We’re a mix of journalists, lawyers, social innovators, media and communication trainers. We pride ourselves on our dynamic, quirky, and entrepreneurial spirit.
From award-winning investigative journalism to strategic initiatives that fight modern-day slavery worldwide, the impact and presence of the Thomson Reuters Foundation continues to grow, changing laws and making an impact internationally.
Deutsche Bank has a long history of championing initiatives that drive positive change in society. For over 25 years the Bank has led the way as a provider of socially-motivated finance; committing over EUR 2.4 billion to address poverty in the developing world through microfinance funds and loan financing. Supporting entrepreneurial ventures that create wider social good is a natural extension of the Bank’s core business to help businesses of every size and purpose to succeed. Deutsche Bank’s global enterprise programme Made for Good draws on its commercial experience of supporting start-ups as well as the insights into the businesses of the future provided by Innovation Labs in Berlin, London and Silicon Valley.
Made for Good supports small and early-stage enterprises that provide innovative solutions to social and environmental needs, help to invigorate local economies and contribute to vibrant and diverse communities. Made for Good provides business advice and support, access to sources of funding and connections to others so they can become commercially viable and investment ready.
Deutsche Bank are proud to support the groundbreaking research conducted in partnership with Thomson Reuters Foundation and UnLtd.
The Global Social Entrepreneurship Network (GSEN) is the network for organisations supporting early stage social entrepreneurs. GSEN was launched and is incubated by UnLtd, the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs, to help build a better support ecosystem for social entrepreneurs around the world. Today, GSEN members are active in more than 50 countries supporting thousands of social entrepreneurs, helping them to solve the world’s toughest problems with their ventures.
We are UnLtd, the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs. We want to see a world where people act to make it better. We reach out to find and support passionate, talented, resourceful people who are determined to tackle the key issues facing society. We call these people social entrepreneurs. Since we began in 2002, we, along with our partners, have given out over 13,000 Awards of funding and support to social entrepreneurs to start well and thrive. We’ve developed a vibrant ecosystem of hundreds of supporters in the UK and across the globe. Now, we’re committed to helping social entrepreneurs to become a valued and vibrant part of society. That means using all our experience, insight and innovation to break down the barriers preventing social entrepreneurship from fulfilling its potential to change the world for the better.