Oxfam reaction to IMF report on gender equality

In response to the IMF report  'Catalyst for Change: Empowering Women and Tackling Income Inequality' Nicolas Mombrial, Head of Oxfam's International Office, said: ...

EU should stand up to companies that dodge tax and Member States that help them

Oxfam welcomes today's ruling by the European Commission that Fiat and Starbucks received unfair state aid from Luxembourg and the Netherlands in the form of 'comfort letters' providing...

Former Chelsea Striker to raise funds for Oxfams work with people fleeing violence in Africa

The former Cameroon international Samuel Eto'o will host a fundraising event at London's Claridge's Hotel to raise money for people escaping violence in Nigeria and Cameroon. The Yellow...

Paris climate summit showing signs of cooperation but rich countries still need to offer more

Oxfam says the 150 countries that have now publicly committed to carbon reduction pledges show that December's UN climate summit in Paris could, at last, be built on international cooperation...

Reaction to Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report

Responding to Credit Suisse's findings that the richest one per cent now own as much as the rest of the world put together, Mark Goldring, Oxfam GB Chief Executive, said: "This...

UK Government must deliver on Syrian refugee pledge within the next year, Oxfam says

Oxfam launches refugee response programme in Serbia, on the same day as it releases a new report on the efforts of wealthy countries to deal with the Syrian refugee crisis. ...

Online auction of Glastonbury Festival experiences to raise money for refugees

Motivated by the need to help refugees in desperate situations, Glastonbury Festival is offering unique Glastonbury Festival and Worthy Farm experiences in an online auction to raise money for Oxfam's...

Reaction to the OECDs Tax Action Plan

Reacting to the OECD's Tax Action Plan, released in Paris today, Nick Bryer, Head of Oxfam's Inequality Campaign said: ...

Super El Nino and climate change cause crop failures putting millions at risk of hunger

At least ten million poor people face hunger this year and next due to both droughts and erratic rains influenced by climate change and the likely development of a 'super El Niño'. ...

Reaction to UK Government’s announcement of £5.8bn in climate finance to developing countries

In response to the UK Government's announcement that it will provide £5.8 billion in climate finance to developing countries over the next five years, Mark Goldring, Oxfam's Chief Executive...

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