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The latest news and media releases from Oxfam New Zealand.

Sudan peace deal an important start: Urgent action needed for one million displaced people in Darfur

Sudan peace deal an important start: Urgent action needed for one million displaced people in Darfur

“Don’t start celebrating yet. There are still one million people who have been terrorised and have fled from their homes …
Crisis looming in Darfur: More than 1 million people at risk in West Sudan

Crisis looming in Darfur: More than 1 million people at risk in West Sudan

Oxfam has today launched a public appeal for funds to avert a humanitarian disaster in Sudan. The lives of over …
Coffee crisis - Ethiopian speaker to give first hand account

Coffee crisis – Ethiopian speaker to give first hand account

Ato (Mr) Tadesse Meskela Gudeta, agricultural economist and manager of the Oromiya Coffee Farmers’ Cooperatives Societies Union in Ethiopia, will …
Oxfam welcomes news of WTO ruling on cotton, US will have to reform its subsidy program

Oxfam welcomes news of WTO ruling on cotton, US will have to reform its subsidy program

International aid agency Oxfam has welcomed news reports today that Brazil has won a landmark trade battle at the WTO …
NZ Herald

Ten years after the genocide in Rwanda: never again?

In this opinion article featured in the New Zealand Herald, Oxfam's Executive Director Barry Coates explains that ten years ago, …
It's a race to the bottom: Olympic fair play should extend to the sportswear industry

It’s a race to the bottom: Olympic fair play should extend to the sportswear industry

As momentum builds toward the Athens Olympic Games, it is not just athletes who are feeling the pressure. The global …
NZ Herald

The politics of self-interest: The real problem with the Australia-US trade deal

In this opinion article published in the New Zealand Herald, Oxfam’s Executive Director Barry Coates explains that the trade deal …