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The refugee crisis has a name, has a face

Photo: Matt at an informal settlement in North Bekaa Matt Hemsley, Oxfam Cymru's Campaigns and Advocacy Manager is spending the week in Lebanon, learning more about the refugee crisis.  ...

Tripoli: A Changing City

Photo: Shayma'a, 6, in the washing and bathroom are of the warehouse her family rent in Bab al Tabbaneh in Tripoli, Lebanon. Credit: Sam Tarling/Oxfam # ...

#MoreInCommon

"We are far more united and have far more in common than that which divides us". Jo Cox ...

Stand As One

Over the last year Oxfam has provided humanitarian aid to almost nine million people - the biggest humanitarian response in our 74 year history. These nine million people - women, men and children...

DEC Launches Nepal Earthquake Appeal

A major appeal is launched today by leading UK aid agencies to help survivors of the devastating Nepal earthquake. ...

A Man from Tacloban

Hearing of the effects of the typhoon was heart wrenching for one man from Tacloban who now lives with his family in Cardiff. Hugh dela Cruz moved from the Philippines over twelve years ago, lucky...

Welsh campaigners join forces to halt ‘gagging’ bill

(Julian Rosser Head of Oxfam Cymru) Voluntary groups in Wales have this week called on the UK Government to urgently hit the pause button on the controversial  Lobbying Bill which they...

One last push for Syria peace talks – you can help?

The UN General Assembly in New York last week was dominated by talk of weapons, ending on Friday with the Security Council unanimously agreeing a resolution on chemical weapons in Syria. ...

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