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Enough: Together We Can End Violence Against Women and Girls

It's a sobering fact that one in every three women worldwide is likely to suffer physical or sexual abuse at some point in her life.  ...

There’s a worm in my toilet!: What Oxfam’s doing for World Toilet Day

A toilet is a simple piece of technology that is taken for granted everyday by those lucky enough to own one. ...

Can Wales become a Living Wage Nation?

Today in Wales, about a quarter of the population are living in poverty - that's 700,000 people.  ...

Free global citizenship opportunities for schools and colleges in Wales

By the end of 2015 there were over 65 million displaced people across the globe, so it's no wonder that issues relating to refugees, asylum seekers and migration regularly dominate news stories.  ...

Oxjam set to rock Welsh capital this weekend

Welsh music fans are in for a treat this weekend as Wales' capital city is taken over by Oxjam - Oxfam's annual music festival.   ...

Join Us and Speak Up on Climate Change

This month Oxfam Cymru will be joining Stop Climate Chaos Cymru to Speak Up about the people, places and things we want to protect from climate change - and you can join us too. ...

Recruiting: Communications Support for DEC Cymru

The DEC brings 13 leading UK aid charities together in times of crisis. We launch appeals to raise money to help those impacted by disaster, making sure that funds reach those that need them most. By...

The refugee crisis has a name, has a face

Photo: Matt at an informal settlement in North Bekaa Matt Hemsley, Oxfam Cymru's Campaigns and Advocacy Manager is spending the week in Lebanon, learning more about the refugee crisis.  ...

Tripoli: A Changing City

Photo: Shayma'a, 6, in the washing and bathroom are of the warehouse her family rent in Bab al Tabbaneh in Tripoli, Lebanon. Credit: Sam Tarling/Oxfam # ...

Lebanon: First Reflections

Photo: Syrian refugee children near the town of Baalbek in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley. Credit: Sam Tarling/Oxfam Matt Hemsley, Oxfam Cymru's Campaigns and...

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