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Juliani is a well-known Kenyan rapper and musician, whose songs tackle the inequality, poverty and social injustice he sees in Kenya.

Turn Up the Volume Poetry Challenge

A climate themed challenge for all budding poets aged 11-25  ...

A banana packing unit in Colombia

Have you ever wondered where your food comes from?

It's easy to forget that the food we eat often travels enormous distances to reach our plates. And that it is grown, packed and transported by people who all need to earn enough to support their...

Artist John Akomfrah debuts Auto da Fe, a video installation piece focusing on 8 times in history when different groups have been forced to flee religious persecution.

Art Reflecting Reality

After participating in a workshop exploring global citizenship and the refugee crisis, Catrin Greaves an educator with Artes Mundi, considers the role of art to explore complex global issues. ...

School children are the beneficaries of the Oxfam school latrines project in Haiti.

5 ways to bring kindness to your classroom

School can be an extremely stressful place so it's important that we take the time to show how much we value each other. During The Great Twinkl Kindness Week, both teachers and children are...

Children play in Zaatari refugee camp.

From inspiration to education

Hilary Williams, Head of Welsh Baccalaureate at Mountain Ash Comprehensive School, reflects on the impact of a workshop on global citizenship and the refugee crisis. Darllenwch y blog yn Gymraeg ...

A campaigner posing as Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson calls on the British government to respect the Arms Trade Treaty.

Red Line for Yemen

How can young people get involved in Oxfam's latest campaign? Have you heard about the conflict in Yemen? Whilst the world's eyes are often on Syria and Iraq, the Yemen conflict is...

Approximately 1,000 people are staying at Katsikas camp in the Epirus Region of Northwest Greece.

Book Review: After Tomorrow by Gillian Cross

Would you like to use fiction to explore the refugee crisis and social justice with your learners? William Essilfie, Education and Youth Advisor at Oxfam, gives his recommendations.  ...

Aberystwyth message of welcome

Welcoming refugees in Wales

Every time I check the news there's another story of crisis. In Yemen, 7 million people are facing food shortages and millions of people in Syria have fled their homes to seek safety. ...

Children play with a wheel

It's time for men and boys to prioritise gender equality

Paul Langley, Head of Education and Youth at Oxfam, shares why we must work together to achieve gender equality and a fairer future for everyone.  ...

Young children play with lego

Pulling at the Roots

Emma Richards from Chwarae Teg, shares how an innovative project has tackled gender inequality in Welsh primary schools. ...