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A Tale of Two Countries

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

Wellbeing of Future Generations Bill- we can do more

 The Wellbeing of Future Generations Bill is a step in the right direction, but we can do better ...

Croeso Cardiff – Capital City of Sanctuary

Cardiff has received official recognition as a City of Sanctuary thanks to the work or local communities and organisations including Oxfam Cymru ...

Syria Vigil

Stand With Syria at the Temple of Peace in Cardiff ...

What can we do about tax havens?

A group of people in Cardiff came together recently to watch "the UK Gold" and tried to answer that question. ...

CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL DAY OF DISABILITY IN WALES

We can learn from our African neighbours by looking beyond the poverty, stigma, and severe lack of resources. ...

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...

COCA-COLA SAYS NO TO LAND GRABS

Natasha Wynne Campaigner, photo by Glenn Edwards This October, I made my way from Cardiff to London to join up with fellow Oxfam campaigners to call on Coca-Cola to tighten up its supply chain,...

Living Wage Charter launched

This week saw the launch of a Living Wage Charter at the National Assembly, aimed at boosting both household budgets and the Welsh economy. The Charter is the latest campaign from watchdog Cuts...

Film teaches about Climate Change

Pupils from Bargoed, Risca and Cardiff came together this week to talk about climate change. ...

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