Oxfam in Russia

Svetlana Mercurievna holding a colourful kettle in her shop which sells a large variety of household goods. Oxfam's work in Russia includes providing support to small businesses. Photo: Sarah Errington

From our staff

Yulia Yevtushok, Climate Change and Economic Justice Programme Co-ordinator

 I'm responsible for Oxfam's campaigning and advocacy work in Russia for the new global GROW campaign. It's a broad-ranging role, and one of the achievements I'm proudest of is enabling a representative from a Russian civil society group to take part in a meeting of the UN Committee on World Food Security for the first time. And I'm also happy that Oxfam research enabled us to become a member of the Russian Grain Union, which means we can now bring our perspective on food justice to international and national events involving government officials, traders, grain producers and market analysts.


Full details of what Oxfam is doing in Russia (PDF, 3.8MB)

In 2012-13 Oxfam directly helped:

850
people in
Russia

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