Jonaid Jilani

Press Officer

Jonaid Jilani works as a press officer for the Oxfam media unit and works with Ethnic media in the UK.
Before joining Oxfam in 2009, Jonaid worked for Muslim Aid as a Communications Manager. He also has a background in film and video production and has worked extensively with ethnic TV channels in the UK.

Direct line: +44 (0) 18 65 472193
Mobile: +44 (0) 7810 181514

Email: jjilani@oxfam.org.uk

All posts by Jonaid Jilani

Oxfam gears up its aid effort to help people affected by Pakistan earthquake

More than 9,000 people are being helped by International agency Oxfam through its partners with safe water, following the earthquake. This is being provided through water tankers and repairing the...

Europe could have up to 25 million ‘new poor’ by 2025 if austerity drags on

Austerity policies are massively increasing poverty and inequality in the UK and across Europe - damage that will take two decades or more to reverse, according to a new report by Oxfam.  ...

Oxfam showcases The London Mela Fashion Show

Oxfam showcased a women's fashion show by entrepreneur and designer Neishaa Gharat at the London Mela to show the benefits of donating and buying clothes from Oxfam and how this helps fight poverty.  ...

Oxfam reaction to 22 children dead from poison school meal in India

Oxfam India demands a full investigation and improvements to the government's free school meal scheme following Tuesday's deaths of 22 children by food poisoning.  ...

Oxfam's response to Joseph Rowntree's findings that the way Universal Credit is implemented will mean many families could lose out

In response to Joseph Rowntree's findings on Universal Credit, Oxfam's Chris Johnes said," Oxfam is concerned that the way Universal Credit will be implemented will mean many families...

Oxfam response to 70 retailers agreeing on Bangladesh garment factory inspections

In response to 70 retailers agreeing on Bangladesh garment factory inspections Oxfam's Selina Shelley said," Oxfam welcomes the news that 70 retailers have a...

Oxfam strengthens its relief operations following floods in India

NEW DELHI, JUNE 27. Buoyed by fresh hopes of a let-up in rains which has been hampering relief work in Uttarakhand, Oxfam strengthened its operations in Uttarakhand by providing food and blankets...

Oxfam response to Joseph Rowntree Foundation research showing living standards are being eroded for millions

Joseph Rowntree's annual Minimum Income Standards report published today shows quite how far living standards for people on low incomes have fallen. The inflation rate for essential goods and...

Oxfam response to government figures that reveal nearly a million more people were in poverty in the UK in 2011/12

The government's Households Below Average Incomes (HBAI) statistics, released today reveal that nearly a million more people were living in poverty in the UK in 2011/12. Half a million more working-age...

Charities call for urgent Parliamentary Inquiry, as more than half a million people in the UK now hungry and turning to food aid

Britain faces a hidden scandal where thousands of people cannot feed themselves or their families, according to a hard hitting report from Church Action Poverty and Oxfam.   The two...