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Tax shouldn't vanish

Time to get tough on corporate tax avoidance that leaves poor countries short-changed

Through Oxfam's work fighting poverty around the world, we see the devastating impact that not having basic services like clean water and healthcare can have on the world's poorest people.  ...

My experience as a Constituency Campaigner

Photo credit: Paul Stead By Khulani Nyathi There are many ways you can get involved with Oxfam's work. One of our Constituency Campaigners tells us about their experience...

Exploring the My Oxfam App

Exploring the My Oxfam app: One stop for shopping, donating and Gift Aid with Oxfam

Tweet Follow @OxfamFashion So I have to admit, I'm not a very techy person. An avid fan of the Nokia phone in all its indestructible glory I do what I...

The Global Alliance for Tax Justice outside of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office

One year on from the Panama Papers: how well is the UK tackling tax avoidance?

By Oli Pearce, Policy Manager at Oxfam GB If a week was a long time in Harold Wilson's politics, then a year in the era of Trump's tweets is something else. The election of Donald...

Adnan and his wife and children rest safely in Glasgow, while his brother and sister are unable to leave Syria.

Safe at last - a children's tale

Adnan had to leave his home in Syria in 2015. He arrived in the UK in November 2015, and was granted leave to remain in Glasgow in June 2016.Three months later, his wife, son (5) and daughter (7)...

Marching With women around the world: my experience at the women's march in Manchester

Photo: Rosy and her friend Esther at the Manchester event. Credit: Rosy Candlin. By Rosy Candlin Organised just a week in advance by local woman Jen Langton, the Women's March on...

The fight for tax justice and equality in Kenya - one campaigner's story

By Wanjiru Kanyiha, tax activist at Inuka Kenya Ni Sisi! Limited in Kenya Photo: Allan Gichigi/Oxfam This week the world's elite are gathering for their annual away day at...

Just 8 billionaires own the same wealth as the poorest 3.6 billion poeple

Extreme inequality and the push for an alternative future

Deborah Hardoon introduces our new report, 'An Economy for the 99%' and argues that extreme inequality and a crisis in economics have created the appetite for an alternative vision for the...

Letter writing tools and poster

Why I'm drawing a #RedLineForYemen and writing to my MP

By Lottie Massey, Oxfam Constituency Campaigner in York As a student in the UK, I enjoy freedoms and rights that most Yemenis can only dream of and this injustice is unbearable to me. According...

Standing as one with Coldplay in 2016

As the clock strikes midnight on 31 December people around the world will welcome in 2017, reflecting on the past 12 months and celebrating the new year and the potential it brings with it. I'm...

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