Lisa Anderson is the North America correspondent for the Thomson Reuters Foundation, reporting on humanitarian issues, anti-corruption, good governance and women's rights.
What next for Africa's kidnapped girls?By Lisa Anderson
Obiageli Ezekwesili, cofounder of the Bring Back Our Girls campaign, clings to hope that girls kidnapped by Boko Haram militants a year ago will return home
Extremist groups dominate use of sexual violence in conflictBy Lisa Anderson
Armed extremist groups are now using sexual violence more than government-controlled groups in "catastrophic" new trend in war zones
Breastfeeding: Battle against bottle-feeding and bias still neededBy Lisa Anderson
From Sao Paulo to South Dakota, a flurry of protests and new laws on breastfeeding reflect a push by women to claim their right to breastfeed in public
The invisible older womanBy Lisa Anderson
Most data collection on the status of women stops after age 49, resulting in a dearth of information on older women
Women farmers stake their claims to landBy Lisa Anderson
Women do 66 percent of the world's farmwork, produce 50 percent of the food, but own less than 2 percent of the land
Oh, Canada! Is the anthem gender neutral enough?By Lisa Anderson
Should the line "True patriot love in all thy sons command" be changed to the gender neutral "in all of us command"?
Underage girls in the U.S. prove easy prey for sex ...By Lisa Anderson
Film captures desperate lives of trafficked girls, anguish of parents and the difficulties of police trying to distinguish between victims and criminals
Do abortion restrictions protect women's well-being?By Lisa Anderson
The short answer, according to recent findings, is "No"
Ethics missing in debate on climate changeBy Lisa Anderson
How do we balance the need for countries to develop and reducing carbon emissions?
Could equal pay threaten women's marriage prospects?By Lisa Anderson
Economic realities still trumped by cultural stereotypes
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More than half of Malawi's population need food relief - minister
Sri Lankan flood-hit families left with nothing, Red Cross says
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