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Oxfam launches project to engage schools on the refugee crisis

Oxfam is calling for schools across the UK to take part in its 'Message in a Book' project which aims to raise awareness amongst young people about the refugee crisis. ...

Update: This album is dedicated to the memory of Jo Cox, MP and humanitarian

The music world unites at Glastonbury with a special album in support of Oxfam's work with refugees worldwide ...

Oxfam statement on the death of Jo Cox

Jo Cox worked for Oxfam and Oxfam International between 2001 and 2009 in a variety of different roles. As head of Oxfam's Brussels office she spearheaded Oxfam's campaign for trade reform....

Seven-year-old Hassan, from Iraq, receives warm clothes from Oxfam as he prepares to cross the border from Serbia to Croatia in October 2015

Biggest emergency aid effort in Oxfam's history driven by refugee crisis

The current global refugee crisis has prompted the biggest humanitarian response in Oxfam's history, the international agency said today as it launched a new campaign calling on governments to...

UN backtracks on child killers blacklist

In response to reports that the UN has reviewed the participants of Yemen's conflict blacklisted in last week's UN report on Children and Conflict, Sajjad Mohamed Sajid, Oxfam's Country...

3.6 billion clothes left unworn in the nation’s wardrobes, survey finds

Every morning up and down the country, British homes play host to their own closet dramas causing 49 percent of the nation to suffer from 'wardrobe rage' - irrational tantrums directed at...

Reaction: UN report on Children and Conflict

In response to the UN's report on Children and Conflict, Sajjad Mohamed Sajid, Oxfam's Country Director in Yemen, said: ...

Sweatshop wages and unpaid care work: the double burden on Asia's women as its economy booms

Asia's economic success has been at the expense of poor women, who work long hours for low pay and do the majority of unpaid care work, according to a new report by Oxfam today. ...

Reaction at the end of the World Humanitarian Summit

Mark Goldring, the Chief Executive at Oxfam GB, said at the end of the World Humanitarian Summit: "At the first ever World Humanitarian Summit there was real progress on some issues,...

Reaction: Reports of UK-manufactured cluster bombs used in Yemen

In response to Amnesty International's report of UK manufactured cluster bombs being used in Yemen, Mark Goldring, Chief Executive of Oxfam GB, said: ...

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