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Date: Oct 2017

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A third of tax dodged in poor countries enough to prevent 8m deaths a year

Just a third of the $100bn [approx. £78bn] tax that companies dodge in poor countries annually is enough to cover the bill for essential healthcare that could prevent the needless deaths of eight...

More funds needed to help Rohingya women who have fled rape and violence

More than 300,000 women and girls who have fled rape and violence are not getting the protection and help they need because of lack of funds, Oxfam said ahead of a donor conference in Geneva today. ...

Governments failing poor farmers in climate change fight

A new Oxfam report published today finds that, despite repeated pledges of funding, small farmers in poor countries are not getting the help they need to feed their families and adapt to climate...

IMF's advice to countries is detached from its rhetoric on inequality

New Oxfam analysis shows the International Monetary Fund's key "Article IV" advice fails to reduce gap between rich and poor  The International Monetary Fund's...

Oxfam reaction to Amazon tax ruling

Commenting on the European Commission's ruling today that online retailer Amazon received €250m (£221m) in illegal state aid from Luxembourg, Oxfam's Head of Inequality Ana Arendar said: ...

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Media advisory: Oxfam's 75th anniversary

Oxfam thanks supporters for generosity to world's poorest over past 75 years On Thursday Oxfam marks 75 years since its founding on 5 October 1942 by a small group concerned about civilians...

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