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Our Year as Young Ambassadors

As we move into 2014, Sam and Millie, our committed Young Ambassadors for 2013, reflect on their experiences during an eventful year of campaigning for Send My Friend to School, and give some words...

Young campaigners lobby DFID minister

On Monday 14 October twelve young people from around the UK met DFID Minister Lynne Featherstone to represent the half a million school children who took part in the 'Send My Friend to School'...

A Recipe to End World Hunger

On Saturday 15th June, the Oxfam Manchester group attended 'Feeding the 5000'. This miniature festival aims to draw an awareness to the British public about food wastage by offering...

Craven’s Skipton Event: Enough Food IF We Raise Our Voice, IF We Act Together

The IF campaign is not only reaching out to millions of people who go to bed hungry every night in developing countries but it's reaching the far corners of Britain such as Skipton, where Craven...

Levenshulme Pupils Help Pakistan

We're always interested to hear about campaigners and their passion for helping others around the world. ...

Family Life Below the Line: "It's been tougher than I imagined"

As many Live Below the Line participants have found over the last few days, living on £1 a day is certainly a challenge. But how hard is it when you are a family of four on a £4 a day budget? Activism...

To Trend or not to Trend: How to Influence your MP

Do you want to influence your MP? Public Affairs Assistant Ali Sameer reveals the best way to get your voice heard: ...

Could you be the next campaigner to lobby your MP?

When Constituency Campaigner Frances Howell went to lobby her MP Fiona Bruce about land grabs she got more than she bargained for - an invitation to the Palace of Westminster no less!  Read...

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500 George Osbornes demand an end to world hunger

On Tuesday morning, my dad and I made our way down to London with one aim to mind; to remind George Osborne to secure 0.7% of GNP to international aid.  Along with 500 other campaigners, we...

London students support We Can campaign on International Women's Day

London students support We Can campaign on International Women's Day

Students of Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College spent their International Women's Day supporting the Oxfam We Can campaign and standing up to violence against women. Hundreds of students...

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