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Young people interview Judith Diers, Head of Adolescent Development and Participation at UNICEF

Young people take on gender norms: Maise and Jazmine

On Thursday 8th September, six Oxfam youth ambassadors travelled to Oxford University to attend the first day of a conference hosted by Young Lives on gender, youth and adolescence. Young Lives...

Young people interview Patience Ekeoba from Voices for Change.

Young people take on gender norms: Dottie and Susi

On Thursday 8th September, six Oxfam youth ambassadors travelled to Oxford University to attend the first day of a conference hosted by Young Lives on gender, youth and adolescence.  Young Lives...

Young people working on their blog post

Young people take on gender norms: Imogen and Maddie

On Thursday 8th September, six Oxfam youth ambassadors travelled to Oxford University to attend the first day of a conference hosted by Young Lives on gender, youth and adolescence.  Young Lives...

A young girl sits inside the unused farm building her family now call home after fleeing ISIS.

The rights of child refugees

Last week Unicef released a new report looking at the experiences of children who have been forced to leave their homes by conflict, insecurity and circumstances beyond their control. This blog...

Young people from an SF Youth group in the UK

European youth find their voices

Schools for Future Youth is an EU funded project run by Oxfam GB in partnership with organisations in Cyprus, Italy and Poland. It enables young people across Europe to explore issues, share their...

My Rights My Voice visit to London

Young voices come together

Here's some food for thought. In 2014 young people aged 10 to 24 made up almost 25% of the world's population. That's 1.8 billion people. What's even more staggering is that 90% of...

Kleida interviews Oxfam GB's CEO Mark Goldring

My day behind the scenes of Oxfam HQ

Work experience student, Kleida Nanaj, reflects on her visit to Oxfam House and her interview with Oxfam GB's CEO, Mark Goldring.  ...

Young people from the Isle of Arran Youth Ambassador Group

Being an Oxfam Youth Ambassador

The Isle of Arran Youth Ambassador Group share what they've been up to recently and their experiences of fundraising and campaigning on issues which are important to them. ...

Barking Abbey students taking part in a Model United Nations conference

Schools leading schools in global learning

Oxfam Education has worked with four schools in London, Kent and Liverpool to develop professional development training (CPD) aimed at supporting other schools to move forward on their global learning...

A football video parlour in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Television revenues flow from developing countries to English clubs.

Leicester City: Have the Foxes become Black Swans?

During the 2014 football World Cup I wrote a blog post warning about the unhealthy concentration of wealth in a handful of top football clubs. I predicted that, for the foreseeable future, the English...