Taking the Water Week message to parliament

The UK Government have responded to Oxfam Water Week 2012 by meeting with a delegation of young people in parliament. Students from Craneswater School, Hampshire and Burntwood School, London met...

Students meet Foreign Secretary to speak out for universal education

Emma Woods is 15, and organised for William Hague to visit her school to show him how passionate the youth in her community are in ensuring every child has the right to go to school. Here she tells...

Bringing Food Justice to Bolton's Big Weekend

Livvy ,16 from Bolton and has just completed a 3 week National Citizenship Sevice (NCS) with Bolton Lads and Girls Club  - a scheme which encourages young people to take action...

Schools make a splash for Water Week

Lauren Brown reports on Oxfam Water Week 2011. ...

Kelsall Primary School Year Six Pupils give Minister a Lesson

What is the Government doing to make sure that all girls around the world can go to school? What would the Government do if the MDGs for Education are not met by 2015? How does it...

MPs are campaigners too

Oxfam Youth and Schools campaigner John McLaverty has just been to a very special meeting in parliament and learned that, like us, MPs are campaigners too. ...

Keep climate change in the school curriculum

People & Planet launched a petition today aimed at keeping climate change in the school curriculum. A government adviser reviewing the national curriculum is recommending that climate...

Growing the global response

Coralie Frost is a member of Oxfam's Youth Action Board in London and the South East. Here she writes about a very special picnic the youth board held to launch Oxfam's new Grow campaign...

Climate testimonies from Bangladesh

This week Oxfam campaigners John McLaverty and Rhiain O'Sullivan met with students from three schools in Tower Hamlets who are hosting a very special visit. Their guests are...

Keep On Running

Keys Meadow Primary School in Enfield are doing an amazing project with Oxfam called 'Marathons for Mali'. After meeting the blind adventurer Miles Hilton-Barber the children learned that...