If you're anything like most people, your wardrobe is probably full of hidden gems - clothes you don't want, clothes that don't fit, clothes you've simply gone off... But there's no reason for clothes to become clutter - especially not now we've teamed up with M&S to launch shwopping.
No, it's not a typo - shwopping is a new way to give your old clothes a second chance at life, fight poverty and reduce...
Ever thought that climate change was too big to tackle? That small personal changes you make don't make much difference? Watch this great animation, and know that EVERY small change makes a huge difference.
Now take action: tell the UK Government to stand up for small-scale farmers at Rio+20
It's here! Months of hard work came to a head yesterday when we switched over to our new and improved website.
This is not only a new look, it represents a significant shift in our main online presence - new content, a new online shop, a new site search. It's a big step in helping Oxfam's digital aspirations become reality.
We hope you'll find the new website a better, clearer and more engaging way to support our...
A former monk and long-term peace and environment activist, Satish Kumar has been helping to set the global agenda for change for over 50 years. Satish is now supporting Oxfam to achieve our shared goal of creating a future where everyone has enough to eat.
The editor of Resurgence magazine, Satish has also written a number of influential books. In 2005, Satish was Sue Lawley's guest on Radio 4's Desert Island Discs. In...