Lack of data muddles UK police's pursuit of human traffickers - experts
BRITAIN-SLAVERY/DATA:Lack of data muddles UK police's pursuit of human traffickers - experts
Sculptor Kapoor awards $1 mln 'Jewish Nobel' prize to refugees
REFUGEES-PRIZE/JEWISH:Sculptor Kapoor awards $1 mln 'Jewish Nobel' prize to refugees
Britain to put women at heart of peace work in Iraq, Nigeria and South Sudan
BRITAIN-CONFLICTS/PEACE-WOMEN:Britain to put women at heart of peace work in Iraq, Nigeria and South Sudan
U.N. experts ask Kenya to halt Sengwer evictions from forest land
The Sengwer say they have faced a fresh wave of evictions to pave the way for an European Union-funded project to protect water catchment areas
More green power could curb India's water, electricity gap - researchers
India needs to meet its own ambitious renewable energy goals to keep water consumption from power generation in check, researchers say
Pakistani celebrities say #MeToo amid outcry over child rape
"My parents took action but everyone remained silent as if it was my shame. The only shame is keeping silent."
Big brands from banks to casinos unite to fight slavery in Asia
Companies in Asia hope that a corporate-backed movement to end modern slavery will succeed where activists have failed
Investment rises in mini-grids as India races to meet energy goal
"Access to reliable electricity drives development and is essential for job creation, women's empowerment and combating poverty"