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The Global Impact of Trustlaw Connect

The Global Impact of Trustlaw Connect

TrustLaw Connect has 230 teams of lawyers found all across the world. These teams work tirelessly with NGOs and social entrepreneurs, strengthening their programs and teaching today’s best legal practices. This piece for the Thomas Reuters Foundation acknowledges TrustLaw Connect’s global impact by highlighting four outstanding case studies.

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Crime & Unpunishment: Why journalists fear for their safety

Too many journalists are paying with their lives for keeping society informed. Each week, on average, a journalist dies while doing his or her job. Yet, over the past 10 years, only 1 in 10 cases of crimes against journalists, media workers, and social media producers has led to a conviction. Freedom of expression is a human right. In today’s digital age, we must remember that this human right applies to all media.

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Marketer's Guide to the Social Landscape

As you may know, social media is changing the face of modern marketing. CMOs or chief marketing officers are starting to invest in social media platforms in order to promote products and services. Yet not every social media Website can offer what CMOs are looking for. Here is a guide to the top social media sites and what they can do for CMOs.

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Red State, Blue State

Electoral Votes by State for Republican and Democratic Parties 1796 - 2008. The wheel shows the electoral votes for each state for all the political parties in proportion to the total electoral votes in each U.S. Presidential Election. The rings represent each election year. They also proportionally reflect the overall population growth of the United States from 1796 of 4.6 million (inner most ring) to 2008 of 303.2 million (outer most ring).

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The True Value of Your Lawyer

Some statistics represented in a visual format that show the value of an attorney no matter the legal situation.A private lawyer would be able to clear up misnomers/queries and prevent clients.

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Next step in HR: Introduction to Prosourcing

This infographic profiles the various methods of outsourcing. It provides statics and information on outsourcing, crowdsourcing, and prosourcing. Learn more about the evolution of hiring and the benefits of prosourcing. Prosourcing is a technology driven outsourcing system to fulfill international projects. It generates professional profiles based on social data and parlays this information to match skills with business tasks.

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Is Your Bachelor's Degree Worth It?

In the 70’s, nearly any college degree guaranteed a well-paying job. Now that a majority of Americans enter college, the choice of degree may mean the difference between a successful career and bankrupcty. Families are increasingly relying on debt to finance education, and with rising tuition costs, that simply doesn’t always pay off. An intense belief in the value of college may be hurting us more than it helps, particularly among the low-paying degrees.

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World of Religions

There are numerous religions all around the world. This poster shows the worldwide distribution of the five major religions, including atheism, within different continents. It is always relative to the population of each continent.

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US Gun Murders in 2010

An examination of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Report - a shocking visualization of all gun murders that happened in 2010, along with the years of life lost.

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How Educated Are World Leaders?

In democracies, the driver of change is typically elections; in autocracies, it is typically biology. It is often said that autocratic leaders are therefore less likely to be educated. Leaders’ education level has been found to be a positive predictor of, among other things, economic growth. Here’s a look at the tenure of around 700 leaders sorted by political longevity in the world’s autocratic and anocratic countries, along with a selection from present-day democracies, since 1950 or thereabouts.

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Nonprofits Have an Important Role in Social Change

Nonprofit organizations are one of the top two ways adults are most likely to get involved in positive social change. On average, about half of adults agree nonprofits make it easy for people to be involved in social change. Source: Walden University’s 2012 Social Change Impact Report.

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