Be Outraged: Austerity isn't working

A new Oxfam supported book, Be Outraged: Austerity isn't working, is looking at alternatives to current European austerity drive. ...

12,000 of you have voiced your concern for Syria

More than 12,000 people signed our petition on Syria for Ban Ki-moon. Our CEO, Barbara Stocking, took your signatures to Ban, the UN Secretary General. Barbara says: "I raised our concerns...

It's action time for Robin Hood

If Gandhi's chronology of "first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win" is anything to go by, the Robin Hood Tax campaign is getting close...

Oxfam and MADE in Europe campaigning for a fairer world

MADE in Europe is a great organisation, helping tackle poverty and injustice. They do this by mobilising young Muslims to play a part in the global search for solutions. They draw upon the strong...

Residents of Lighthorne with Campaigns intern Andy Schofield

Villagers GROW for Oxfam

For the first time Oxfam will be exhibiting a show garden at this year's BBC Gardeners' World Live at the N.E.C. from 13-17 June. The Oxfam Midlands Campaign team has been working with local...

Take the next step on the Fair Trade Way

When you join any campaign, you take the first step along a journey. The more people we can reach out to and connect with along the way, the faster we will reach our destination together. ...

Bravo to the Wolverhampton Soroptimists!

Soroptimists in Wolverhampton have collected over 100 bras to support Oxfam's Big Bra Hunt. ...

GROWING a fairer future; come and help us

If you're reading this, you probably already know that the global food system is broken. That, due to a whole host of interlinked factors such as climate change, land grabs, food price spikes...

Most people start their life in the arms of a midwife

In the developing world though, too few people are lucky enough to start life this way. It shouldn't be a privilege to be born safely. And it doesn't have to be either. Why does it...

Zero-hours contract. Zero flexibility.

Zero-hours contract. Zero flexibity.

With more than one million 16 to 24 year-olds out of work in the UK today, and the lack of well-paid stable jobs, the future doesn't look too promising for young people. Jennifer Glinski, an...

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