Enormous numbers have had to flee violence in Syria. Most are disappointed with the ineffectiveness of the international community. A new report by Oxfam and 20 aid and human rights organisations shows there is good reason for this disillusionment.
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Toilet cubicles in refugee camps could soon have lighting provided by "urine-tricity" thanks to research by Oxfam and a UK university.
Stephen Seckor: Ebola survivor and carer of thirteen children
Significant progress has been made in the last decade. Global poverty rates are falling. Child and maternal mortality rates are down, many more children are in school, and the total number of people going hungry in the world is falling – albeit all far too slowly.
Six months since the conflict began, parts of Gaza are still strewn with the rubble of destroyed homes.
Five years after the earthquake, a Haitian community leader explains why disaster preparedness requires a grassroots approach.
Today is Human Rights Day. Back in 1950, the UN General Assembly proclaimed December 10 as Human rights Day and since then it has served as an annual marker to highlight the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as the common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations.
We're now well into the first week of the UN climate talks in Lima, Peru. How are the talks on a global climate treaty actually going?
Neil Pancipanci, an Oxfam livelihoods officer based in Tacloban City shares his account of what it was like to be in the affected areas when Typhoon Hagupit hit.
The links between climate change and severe climate events are clearer than ever.