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Students become citizen journalists to campaign against land grabs

Toby Holder, Edgar Roberts and Eve Raphael were three of 15 students from Years 10 to 12 who became citizen journalists during a Globe Day at Bootham School.   The students learnt...

Enough Food IF Campaign comes to Torpoint College

We were all hungry by the time it was lunchtime at Torpoint Community College in Cornwall; we were learning about the Enough Food IF Campaign. With the sound of 117 year 7 students grumbling...

Land Grab at Berkhamsted School

We are members of the Berkhamsted School Oxfam group. There are 17 girls in our Youth Action Group aged between 12 - 15 years and we meet regularly once a week. Recently we have been trying to raise...

Young Campaigners Teach a Lesson on Land Grabs

Sixth Form Oxfam campaigners at The Lady Eleanor Holles School in Hampton were given the opportunity to teach a PSHE lesson to four different Year 8 tutor groups over a number of weeks.  Megan...

Youth Action Team Create Land Grab Video

This film was made by members of the Oxfam Youth Action Team South East in response to the land grabs affecting thousands of poor communities across the world. We decided to do a mock dodgy...

Exploring the food system with Envision

Over 200 sixth formers arrived at Bristol's new youth hub 'The Station' in Broadmead for a 'Big Up Bristol' Envision youth action event.  The aim: to engage and inspire young...

Forage and feast

Feast ingredients: 1 forager 1 local community education officer 2 Oxfam staff (x1 from Activism and x1 Youth and Schools) 3 amazing Oxfam interns 2 photographers ...

John Mclaverty discusses film with FILMCLUB reporters Lily and Madz

World Food Day explored through film

At Oxfam we're always looking for new ways to inspire young people to get involved in global learning. So I was really looking forward to meeting FILMCLUB Young Reporters Lily and Madz to celebrate...

Bestival - the best of all?

Bestival, the last big one of the season, is always a mixture of emotions - excitement and a little bit of exhuastion, with a tinge of sadness that it's the final one... until next...

A lovely Latitude festival goer shares an e-book to inspire families to (re)discover food

Food Power in the news

Over the summer we're asking festival goers across the UK to share their Food Power ideas - ways to eat, shop and grow our way to a fairer food future. Check out some of the stories and...