Lucy Brinicombe

Senior Press Officer

Lucy Brinicombe leads Oxfam's media work for climate change and food, including food security and food prices. She can be contacted for UK and international media enquiries on these subjects.She is also the main contact for Oxfam's work in Latin America. Lucy has a background in newspaper journalism, working for both regional and national titles.

Direct line: +44 (0)1865 472192
Mobile: +44 (0)7786 110054

Email: lbrinicombe@oxfam.org.uk

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UK food prices among the highest in Europe

New global food index compares 125 countries to reveal the best and worst places to eat healthily People in the UK are facing among the highest and most volatile food...

Oxfam among NGOs and Social Movements to walk out of Warsaw climate talks - Joint Statement

Enough is enough.   We have said we stand in solidarity with the millions impacted by Typhoon Haiyan, and with all climate impacted people. Our solidarity compels us to tell the...

Oxfam joins civil society walk out from climate change talks in Warsaw

Explaining Oxfam's decision to join civil society movements and trade unions in walking out of the UN climate change talks today, Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of Oxfam International said: ...

Typhoon Haiyan must be a wake-up call at UN climate talks if we are to save lives in the future, warn aid agencies

Members of the Disaster Emergencies Committee (DEC) are warning governments meeting at the UN climate talks in Warsaw that the devastating super typhoon that struck the Philippines is a glimpse of...

Brazilian State Prosecutor to investigate land grab highlighted by Oxfam

An investigation into a four-year delay to resolve a land dispute in Brazil has been announced, following a report from Oxfam profiling the case. The case involves a fishing...

EU Ministers fail to break deadlock on climate finance

Today, European Finance Ministers agreed their common position for the United Nations climate change talks next month in Warsaw, Poland. In reaction to today's decision, Lies Craeynest, Oxfam's...

Big food and drink companies must act to stop conflicts over land as global sugar production continues to soar

The biggest names in the food and drink industry are not doing enough to stop poor people from being forced from their land and homes to make way to grow crops, according to a new report from Oxfam...

Investors push food industry giants for urgent action on transparency

New rankings show food companies slowly improving policies Today 31 major investment funds, representing nearly 1.5 trillion dollars of assets under management, called on...

Food prices squeezing poor people and driving social change by stealth

A new era of high and volatile food prices goes beyond affecting what people can afford to eat and is causing life-changing shifts in society, experts warn today.  The report,...

Doha deadlock on climate finance can be broken next week: Oxfam

Governments must move quickly at this year's first UN climate change meeting to plug the gaping deficit of funds to help developing countries adapt to climate change and lower their emissions,...