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Oxfam comment on NAO report

Commenting on today's National Audit Office report Managing the Official Development Assistance target, Oxfam's head of UK policy, Richard Pyle said: ...

Sainsbury's risks Fairtrade's lifeline for world's poorest tea producers

Immediate release - Photos available of 'human teabags' outside Sainsbury's AGM ...

Rainy season brings risk of disease to West Africa Crisis

Nigeria, Niger and Chad face the increased risk of disease with the start of the rainy season, compounding the crisis which has left over 10 million people in the region in need of humanitarian aid. ...

Oxfam reaction to Robert Halfon comments on overseas aid

Reacting to Robert Halfon's suggestion that the aid budget could be cut in order to pay for the lifting of the public sector pay cap, Richard Pyle, Oxfam Head of UK Policy, said: ...

Statement on the death of Lord Joffe

Lord Joffe, Oxfam's former Chair and the lawyer who defended Nelson Mandela at the Rivonia Trial, sadly passed away on Sunday 18 June 2017. ...

Oxfam reaction to party manifestos on UK inequality

Commenting on the party manifestos, Sally Copley, Oxfam Head of UK Campaigns and Policy, said: ...

JOINT STATEMENT: Leading UK aid organisations react to political parties 0.7% commitment to aid

A joint statement from the leading UK aid organisations* said: ...

REACTION: Forbes billionaires list

Commenting on the 2017 Forbes billionaires list, which revealed a record 233 new billionaires, Oxfam's Head of Inequality Policy Max Lawson said: ...

LuxLeaks whistleblowers verdict - Oxfam reaction

Responding to the verdict in the retrial of the LuxLeaks whistleblowers, Max Lawson, Oxfam's Inequality Policy Lead said: ...

Aid agencies in South Sudan warn that funds are urgently needed to stop the spread of famine

Twenty seven humanitarian agencies working in South Sudan have warned that unless substantial funds are immediately provided to those working on the ground, organisations will struggle to stop famine...

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