Living through the Gaza airstrikes
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Women can expect to wait another 75 years before they receive the same amount of pay as their male counterparts.
Jenny Enarsson, Oxfam's Syria crisis response gender advisor, explains why including Syria's women in negotiations is critical for the peace process.
Two major injustices – inequality and climate change – are threatening to undermine the efforts of millions of people to escape poverty and hunger.
In East Timor Oxfam supporters are helping farmers increase their yields of rice, coffee and other crops through better planting techniques, training and local processing. Oxfam and our local partner the Movimento Cooperativo Economico-Agricola (MCE-A), are trialling the System of Rice Intensification (SRI), a method of growing rice organically and more intensively, in 16 new locations across East Timor.
The conflict that broke out in South Sudan on 15 December 2013 has left thousands dead and displaced more than one million people
Oxfam campaigner Àngela Corbalán travelled to Indonesia to discover the truth behind the brands that make your morning cereals.
In the five months since the cyclone, Oxfam has made a huge impact in the lives of those who were hit hardest, thanks to the generosity of our supporters and the New Zealand Aid Programme. Oxfam and our partner, the Tonga National Youth Congress (TNYC), are working hard to ensure that the people of Tonga can recover as quickly as possible
Feeding people doesn’t have to mean feeding climate change: Four steps food companies can take to help stop climate change.
In Fijian culture, our land defines us. Without it, we are nothing. I come from the island of Bau, off the coast of one of Fiji's main islands, Viti Levu. The small island has featured prominently in Fijian history and politics and is often viewed as the chiefly heart of the country.