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Date: Feb 2016

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The European Parliament's call to ban arms sales from the European Union to countries accused of targeting civilian's in Yemen

On the European Parliament's call to ban arms sales from the European Union to countries accused of targeting civilian's in Yemen, Oxfam's International Policy Advisor Arms and Conflict,...

The search for the faces of four decades of Oxfam fashion is on!

Oxfam has launched a competition to find the faces of four decades of vintage fashion. The winners will symbolise the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s and feature in fabulous photography on the Oxfam Online...

Reaction: OECD tax reforms

Oxfam today gave a cautious welcome to the OECD's plans to open up its tax reform process to developing countries. However, the international agency is warning that more fundamental global tax...

Oxjam: Mastermind a massive night of music in your town

Calling all music lovers and local heroes! Oxfam is searching for inspiring individuals to be Takeover Managers, leading teams of talented volunteers for this year's legendary Oxjam music festival...

MPs right to point finger at Google over tax havens

Commenting on MPs challenging Google over its tax avoidance and use of tax havens like Bermuda at today's Public Affairs Committee hearing, Oxfam's Head of Inequality Nick Bryer said: ...

Reaction to the UN Secretary General's report in advance of the World Humanitarian Summit

On the publication of the UN Secretary General's, Ban Ki-Moon, report in advance of the World Humanitarian Summit, Oxfam GB's Humanitarian Director, Jane Cocking, said: ...

Reacting to the pledges of financial aid made by governments around the world

Reacting to the pledges of financial aid made by governments around the world, Oxfam GB Chief Executive Mark Goldring said: ...

Author Mark Haddon sits with a Syrian mother and her 16-month old daughter at Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. Oxfam is calling on rich countries to resettle their fair share of refugees.

Leading authors raise £1m for Syria and call on rich countries to do their fair share

On the eve of a major conference on Syria in London, a host of bestselling authors are celebrating the success of Waterstones' Buy Books for Syria campaign which has today hit its target of raising...

MPs call to suspend arms sale to Saudi Arabia: Government cannot turn a blind eye says Oxfam

Reacting to the International Development Committee's letter to the Government regarding the Yemen crisis, and recognising the dire humanitarian and security situation for the people...

A woman holds her daughter during an air raid. Oxfam is calling on rich countries to give their fair share of aid and refugee places.

Rich countries continue to fail Syrians

Despite the catastrophic scale of suffering and the numbers of people fleeing the conflict, rich countries have given barely half the aid money needed to help people in Syria and surrounding countries...

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