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Thomson Reuters Foundation expands coverage of cities

January 17, 2018

The Thomson Reuters Foundation will be expanding its property rights coverage with the addition of Citiscope, an online platform created to help cities work better for all people through the power of independent journalism.

Citiscope, previously hosted under its own domain, will become part of PLACE, the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s website dedicated to reportage on land and property rights. PLACE explores the complex social, economic and political effects of inadequate rights to property and other resources which leaves people vulnerable to eviction and locked out of the formal economy, unable to build a better future for themselves or their communities.

Read more on Thomson Reuters Foundation's website

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