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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,...

Oxfam ready to respond to South Asia earthquake

Oxfam yesterday launched an emergency appeal for survivors of the South Asian earthquake which hit Afghanistan and Pakistan early yesterday morning (26 October 2015). ...

Be part of the Wales Climate Action Day!

In December world leaders are meeting in Paris to reach a big global agreement on tackling climate change.  ...

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. ...

Oxfam Cymru calls on trailblazing Wales to take 724 Syrian refugees by end of 2016

New updated Oxfam Cymru figures released today show that Wales needs to resettle 724 Syrian refugees before the end of 2016 to meet its fair share, as outlined in Oxfam's new report, Solidarity...

We Won't Live With Poverty

We Won't Live With Poverty

Ending poverty for everyone isn't a pipe dream. ...

Spotlight on Carys Thomas

This week on Spotlight On we'll be getting to know Carys Thomas, the Interim Head of Oxfam Cymru… ...

The Road to Paris

Yesterday (14th July) as part of Stop Climate Chaos Cymru (SCCC) supported a Bastille Day picnic to launch SCCC's 'Road to Paris' campaign, looking ahead to the global...

Making sure schools are welcoming communities

  Oxfam Cymru's Education Advisor Vicky Leech reflects on the Sanctuary in Wales project and considers the role of schools in creating welcoming communities. ...

Is there still a welcome in Wales?

New figure for Syrian resettlement released ...

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