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I manage the Oxfam blog and edit our email and web content. I'm also involved in the social media side of things, including Facebook and Twitter.
This time last week, we posted the first update on the week's events in Oxfam House. We got a good response to it, so it's nice to be able to bring you the next one! It feels...
A lot happens in Oxfam House over the course of a week. And it's interesting stuff. When you're working in an international organisation that has loads of great events, campaigns and...
As the Syria Crisis continues to grow, the different things people are doing to support families caught up in the crisis are helping to inspire hope. Syrian-born artist, Issam Kourbaj, has been exhibiting...
You can often find an interesting lunchtime talk to go along to when you're working in Oxfam House. Today's talk was on the Syria Crisis. One of the things that stood out for me was...
On Wednesday, George Osborne will deliver this year's budget. In these difficult economic times, many people think that too much money goes towards helping people overseas. But how much...
Oxfam staff and volunteers are joining the rest of the UK today by donning their red noses to raise money for Comic Relief.
On 1 February, 25-year-old Hasan Hariri took over Oxfam's Twitter page to give us an insight into a day in the life of a Syrian refugee living in Zaatari camp in Jordan. On Thursday, there...
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