Subject: food security

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Worthing's Wonder Women

'Wow, that's pretty impressive,' I say, as restaurant owner, Clare, presents her large, locally grown organic marrow. 'Does it turn into a carriage at night?' I ask, before shaking...

Have your say: Biofuels

There's a debate raging at The Telegraph about the value and harm of using biofuel - prompted by Oxfam's new report noting that drivers will pay an extra £35 a year because of rising biofuel...

Plan a Forage and Feast event in a field near you

Ever fancied foraging in a park or open space? Well now's the time to start planning a Forage and Feast event in a field near you! Forage and Feast is part of the GROW campaign, and exists to...

London Olympics legacy - an end to global hunger?

This week, because of your support, we made an important step. We helped get hunger and the broken food system high on the world's agenda. ...

Downing Street: End hunger

Today activists and campaigners from eight aid agencies, including Oxfam, visited Downing Street to urge world leaders to act to end hunger and malnutrition. Oxfam, Save the Children, Avaaz...

Sahel Hand In – Knock, knock, knocking on Number 10's door

It was a scorching morning, the sun bearing down on our squinting faces as we posed for photos, fake knocking on the famous door of Number 10. I was representing Oxfam, along with other activists...

Jupiter, Musician, Democratic Republic of Congo, supporting the Sahel2012 campaign

An open letter from supporters of #Sahel2012

Visit www.sahel2012.org to find out more about the crisis in West Africa ...

The fabulous Craftivist Collective supports the Grow campaign

Who thought tomato jam could be world changing? Find out the inspiration behind the Craftivist Collective summer jam project. Watch an instruction video and check out the video of the launch...

Manchester meets for Sahel crisis

"I don't think we in Britain talk enough about the food crisis facing Chad and the rest of the Sahel region, but it's very important we understand the stakes are high..." -...

A woman in Mauritanian Sahel shows how drought has damaged her crops

The world's leaders need to pay their fair share - tell them to act now for Sahel

"How many people have to suffer how many times before we break the cycle of hunger? We cannot prevent drought - but we can prevent food crises." - David Macdonald, Deputy Director of Oxfam...

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