It's the global week of action for tax justice

On Friday, in the UK, we helped organise a stunt  as part of a global week of action for tax justice, with activities taking place all around the world. Members of the world's largest labour,...

For the love of...my niece, Sashika

The streets outside Westminster turned green yesterday as thousands came out to lobby their MPs on climate change. While a mass street lobby isn't the kind of thing that happens everyday...

What does coal have to do with hunger? More than you think.

Fact: Emissions from burning coal are the single biggest driver of climate change, accounting for a massive 40% of the world's CO2 emissions. That's a whole lot...

Tax Dodging Bill

Tax Dodging: A corporate plague

As David Cameron selects his new Government, he knows they will face issues of our struggling NHS, high rates of unemployment and budget deficit. The new appointees will certainly need true grit...

Election 2015

Poverty, inequality, and the next UK government

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Behind the Brands

What is Illovo – and three reasons you should care...

Is it an exotic insect? Is it Honda's newest car model? Is it the newest green detox juice? Illovo is actually a company. It's Africa's largest sugar producer, operating in six...

People search for survivors under the rubble of houses destroyed by Saudi airstrikes near Sanaa Airport, Yemen, Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Credit: Abo Haitham

Yemen conflict: Bassim's story

Living and working through this awful period in Yemen's history, it is impossible not to worry about my country and the human suffering that this war has caused. That's why I want to share...

Access to Work and Enterprise end of project blog

Adios and diolch Antonina!

Oxfam Cymru's Access to Work and Enterprise Project started three years ago with none other than Antonina Mendola at the helm. Antonina had previously spent twenty six years working on poverty...

Together we must stand with #WithSyria

The enormity of the suffering of the Syrian people over the past four years has reached a devastating peak, leaving over 200,000 dead, a nearly unbelievable 11 million displaced, cities splintered...

The "worst" Oxfam shop display you'll see today

Oxfam's high street shops are full of passionate, dedicated staff and volunteers, who don't just sell stuff to help Oxfam fight poverty - they also help spread the word about Oxfam fighting...

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