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Subject: conflict

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Adnan and his wife and children rest safely in Glasgow, while his brother and sister are unable to leave Syria.

Safe at last - a children's tale

Adnan had to leave his home in Syria in 2015. He arrived in the UK in November 2015, and was granted leave to remain in Glasgow in June 2016.Three months later, his wife, son (5) and daughter (7)...

Letter writing tools and poster

Why I'm drawing a #RedLineForYemen and writing to my MP

By Lottie Massey, Oxfam Constituency Campaigner in York As a student in the UK, I enjoy freedoms and rights that most Yemenis can only dream of and this injustice is unbearable to me. According...

Winnie Byanyima at Asylum Sounds in Witney

Coming together to welcome refugees in Witney

As Oxfam publishes a report on resettlement of Syrians which shows that less than 3% of five million Syrian refugees have been proactively resettled in rich countries, this blog by Luci Ashbourne...

Boris Johnson

Oxfam Calls for Lasting and Peaceful Solutions to the Crisis in Yemen

Eighteen months of war has plunged Yemen into crisis. Thousands of Yemeni civilians have been killed or injured; over three million people have been forced to flee their homes.  ...

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...

3 steps to peace

If you do one thing for Gaza today, do this

Tweet a message to the Foreign Office: .@foreignoffice, like @oxfamgb I believe violence in Gaza must end now. Please back 3 steps to lasting peace today. http://pic.twitter.com/TkUzcsvvKa ...

Time for change: UN Security Council demands humanitarian access across Syria

"This resolution should not have been necessary", UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon told the 15 member states of the UN Security Council on their unanimous adoption of a resolution demanding...

One guarded entrance to the talks

Syrian peace talks: a time for hope?

Things are hotting up in Montreux, on Lake Geneva in Switzerland, where Oxfam campaigners are among the hundreds of diplomats, journalists, civil society and solidarity groups gathering for the beginning...

Campaigning for peace talks

Syria crisis campaigning in 2013

Why did we campaign on Syria?  The conflict in Syria has horrified the world. It is crisis of staggering proportions, one that continues to require a massive international humanitarian...

The Control Arms tank in London

Arms Trade Treaty campaigning in 2013

Why did we campaign on the Arms Trade Treaty?  One person dies every minute as a result of armed violence, with millions more seeing their lives and livelihoods destroyed. There is a...

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