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A Sporting Chance?

Last week we saw Wales top their group in Euro 2016 before winning 1-0 against Northern Ireland to make the quarter-finals.  ...

#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...

Wales: a Nation of Sanctuary - support, friendship and welcome

This year Oxfam Cymru will have a presence at the Hay Festival to raise awareness of the refugee crisis and to showcase the support there is in the country for Wales to become a Nation of Sanctuary.   ...

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.  ...

Oxfam launches brand new photo comp for young people in Wales

This spring term, in the run up to the Welsh Assembly elections, young people in Wales have the opportunity to take part in our brand new photography competition launched today. ...

Cardiff students get creative for Oxfam

First year fashion students at Cardiff and Vale College were set the task by Oxfam Boutique to creating a garment and window display to celebrate St David's Day. Each student designed, made/customise...

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,...

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