The story of Sabeen, who fled Syria just 24 hours after giving birth to her baby, will stay with Nigel Timmins, Oxfam's deputy humanitarian director, forever.
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A new image from the street artist evokes both the cost of the conflict and the hope for peace.
“This resolution should not have been necessary,” UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon told the 15 member states of the UN Security Council on their unanimous adoption of a resolution demanding humanitarian access across Syria.
In the last twelve months, people like you have taken nearly 400,000 actions to urge food and beverage companies to respect the rights of small farmers.
It’s not only Diana Ross who is left singing “upside down you’re turning me…” In the last twelve months Oxfam and hundreds of thousands of people around the world have joined together to shake-up the way the food and beverage industry impact people and planet. And it’s working! Things are changing. Things are turning “upside down...”
“This resolution should not have been necessary”, UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon told the 15 member states of the UN Security Council on their unanimous adoption of a resolution demanding humanitarian access across Syria.
Images from Oxfam's response to Cyclone Ian
Welcome to the youngest nation in the world, South Sudan. A place burdened with a violent and painful history of armed combat for independence, and the poorest country by almost every standard.
Three ways tax justice can help close the inequality gap
Typhoon Haiyan, three months on