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Cafodd gwirfoddolwraig o siop Oxfam yn Stryd y Castell, Abertawe ei dewis i ymweld â gwaith Oxfam i helpu ffoaduriaid a cheiswyr lloches yng Ngwlad Groeg ar gyfer pen-blwydd Oxfam yn 75 mlwydd oed, sydd yn digwydd heddiw.
A volunteer from the Oxfam Castle Street shop in Swansea was chosen to visit Oxfam's work helping refugees and migrants in Greece ahead of Oxfam's 75th anniversary which takes place today
The Oxfam shop in Abergavenny is celebrating its 45th anniversary this Tuesday, 3rd October, in the same week as Oxfam's 75th anniversary on the 5th October.
New figures released by the Home Office today [Thursday 24 August] show that 96 Syrian refugees were settled in Wales between April and June this year.
Swyddog y Wasg Oxfam Cymru / Media Officer at Oxfam Cymru
Mae ffigurau newydd a ryddhawyd gan y Swyddfa Gartref heddiw [dydd Iau 24 Awst] yn dangos bod 96 o ffoaduriaid o Syria wedi'u setlo yng Nghymru rhwng mis Ebrill a Mehefin eleni.
In response to the Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee report into the Communities First scheme, Kirsty Davies-Warner, Head of Oxfam Cymru said;
Refugees and asylum-seekers living in Wales will be better supported and at a significantly reduced risk of falling into destitution if the Welsh Government delivers on the policy recommendations it has today accepted from a National Assembly for... Read more
Thousands of Wales's parents are embarrassing their children on a daily basis due to their lack of fashion sense, it has emerged.
Oxfam Cymru believe it is vital that Welsh Government accept all the recommendations put forward by the National Assembly's Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee (ELGC) inquiry into the experiences of the refugee and asylum-seeking... Read more
New figures released today by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) today [Thursday 25 May] have shown that only 75 refugees from Syrian were welcomed to Wales between January and March this year.
Oxfam Cymru has today welcomed the resettlement of 103 Syrian refugees in Wales (October- December 2016) as part of the Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme - bringing the total number of Syrians welcomed to Wales to 397 - in data published... Read more
Cardiff residents concerned about spiralling global inequality can find out how ordinary people around the world are fighting to close the gap between the haves and have nots, at a free event organised by Oxfam and ActionAid on Thursday [23 February].
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Datganiad gan glymblaid Atal Anrhefn Hinsawdd Cymru
Press release by the Stop Climate Chaos Cymru coalition
The UN will launch its new humanitarian plan for Yemen in Geneva on Wednesday 8 February.
Bydd Oxfam Cymru yn cynnal dau weithdy yn Ysgol Friars ym Mis Mawrth i helpu athrawon i daclo'r mater argyfwng ffoaduriaid mewn gwersi dosbarth.
Oxfam Cymru will be holding two workshops at Ysgol Friars this March to help teachers challenge the issue of the refugee crisis in the classroom.
Eight men own the same wealth as the 3.6 billion people who make up the poorest half of humanity, according to a new report published by Oxfam today to mark the annual meeting of political and business leaders in Davos.
Pre-Davos report shows gap between richest and poor is greater than feared
Datganiad gan Glymblaid Ffoaduriaid Cymru
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