Carol Owen

UK poverty Communications Officer

All posts by Carol Owen

Oxfam Cymru calls for level playing field to Even it Up

Oxfam says the number of billionaires has doubled since the financial crisis as inequality spirals out of control. ...

DEC Cymru launches unprecedented Ebola Crisis Appeal

The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) has announced today that it will launch an appeal for the Ebola Crisis in West Africa.  This is the first time in its 50 year history that the DEC has...

First Minister supports Oxfam Cymru's Ebola Appeal

First Minister Carwyn Jones joins head of Oxfam Cymru Kirsty Davies in calls for action on Ebola. ...

Alliance for a sustainable nation

Oxfam Cymru is working with an alliance of Welsh organisations to help Wales become a sustainable nation. ...

Time to up the stakes in fight against Ebola

More troops, funding and medical staff are urgently needed if we have a hope of stopping Ebola spiralling out of control, Oxfam Cymru warns. ...

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Announcing Oxfam Cymru's first ever blog contest!

Oxfam Cymru has launched its inaugural competition for bloggers who live in Wales. All you have to do is to send a link to your blog (which must be published online on October 16th which is Blog...

Creative and Confident - the women from the Access to Work and Enterprise Project

Oxfam has been working with women single parents claiming in or out of work welfare benefits in and around Cardiff to help them secure work that will provide a lasting and secure income for them...

Wales caught in 'perfect storm' of poverty

Wales is one of the places worst hit by a tide of hunger and extreme poverty, a report launched this week by Oxfam Cymru reveals. Below the Breadline, produced by Oxfam, Church Action on Poverty...

Happy Mothers Day from Glyncoch

Young mums in South Wales are lifting their lives for good with Oxfam Cymru's backing. Four friends with small children decided their estate badly needed a mother and toddler group and...

Matthew gains skills that will last a lifetime

One of Oxfam Cymru's projects to build livelihoods in Wales is using woodwork to help local people carve out a future for themselves. The Livelihoods project at the Dove Workshop in Banwen...