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Subject: poverty in the uk

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Can Wales become a Living Wage Nation?

Today in Wales, about a quarter of the population are living in poverty - that's 700,000 people.  ...

Join Us and Speak Up on Climate Change

This month Oxfam Cymru will be joining Stop Climate Chaos Cymru to Speak Up about the people, places and things we want to protect from climate change - and you can join us too. ...

Will party manifestos Even It Up in Wales?

Back in January, Oxfam Cymru launched our Even It Up document, a Blueprint for Change for the incoming Welsh Government following the Welsh Assembly election on 5 May. You can watch this short videos...

Women Unlimited. Poverty Undone.

Here at Oxfam, we put women at the heart of everything we do. Not just because it's right, but because it's the best way to end poverty.  ...

Celebrating the success of Oxfam Cymru's Livelihoods Project

"I was sort of stagnant, and now I'm not. Now I've got a future, thanks to the Livelihoods Project." Diane Bennett, Peer Mentor at the South Riverside Community Development Centre  ...

It's time to Even It Up in Wales

Once the festivities die down, our thoughts - as tradition dictates - turn to new beginnings and resolutions. Whether it's learning a new language, being a better baker or watching fewer box-sets,...

Even It Up in Wales

Over the last fifteen years global poverty levels have halved - that's really positive news, and gives us a great chance of eliminating global poverty over the next 15 years. ...

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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...

A Tale of Two Countries

Kirsty Davies reflects on her first 100 days as Head of Oxfam Cymru and tackling inequality in Wales ...

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