It's action time for Robin Hood

If Gandhi's chronology of "first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win" is anything to go by, the Robin Hood Tax campaign is getting close...

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COMPETITION: Show us your Isle of Wight Style

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Oxfam's new website: Your thoughts

Our new website's been up for a couple of weeks, and we've been reading all your feedback. Most of it is really positive, which is great. Inevitably some of you prefer the old site, particularly...

Video fundraisers send Oxfam £63k worth of goats!

What would you do with £63,000 worth of goats? Oxfam puts them to good use, producing milk to drink and sell, fertiliser for crops, and kids to take to market. It's all thanks to a pair...

Oxfam supporter Gavin visits Oxfam in Nepal

Gavin Stewart has been a supporter of Oxfam 's Enterprise Development Programme (EDP) for years. This March he travelled with us to Nepal to visit two of the EDP projects. Here is what he has...

"The world must step in to avert South Sudan crisis"

There was an excellent opinion piece and slideshow on CNN's site last week. It's written by Pauline Ballaman, who leads our emergency response in the Jamam refugee camp, in South Sudan. ...

This wonderful video shows we can tackle climate change

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...

Shwop 'til you drop with M&S and Oxfam

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...

Oxfam's new website is here

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...

Satish Kumar supports Oxfam's GROW campaign

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...

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