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This weekend, thousands of people marched at the UN climate talks in Warsaw, to send the message that we must stop climate change now.
Horsemeat scandal got you wondering where your food really comes from? Well, we've got good news and bad news.
The good news: Oxfam has just released a simple way for you to find out which...
Across the UK last December, people highlighted the problem of land grabs - where big companies buy up land in some of the world's poorest countries for profit. Often land grabs mean the people...
This year you and thousands of other Oxfam supporters gave many people the chance of a better future. They wish you a bright new year. Here's to changing even more lives in 2013.
We're offering one lucky person the chance to win an ethical collection food hamper, bursting with treats for the whole family!
The Ethical collection hamper contains a mix of food,...
White Cliffs of Dover? Angel of the North? Glastonbury Tor? SOLD! Can you imagine if this really happened?
Selling these national treasures would be a scandal. Now imagine it was your...
Here's an infographic from the king of infographics, David McCandless, showing just what a difference treatment can make for people living with AIDS. 85% of people die without treatment - compared...
HIV and AIDS,
Photo: Ruby Wright
Liberia: Chayee burns dead vegetation while he clears a field - as preparation for sowing rice.
Before Oxfam worked here, many people farmed on dry land...
Pic of the week
Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
Refugees in Jamam camp, South Sudan, queue up for (our award winning!) buckets and soap as part of Oxfam's public health campaign to reduce the spread of diseases such as cholera, diarrhoea...
Al Kinley, Alun McDonald
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