Susan was born in Perth & grew up in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, followed by boarding school in the UK. After several years of international travel, including a teaching stint in Machakos, Kenya, she returned to Perth in 1982 and has been based in Fremantle for nearly 40 years. Susan is now retired from her […]
Who are you? My name is Phoebe Rahn, I live in Melbourne on Wurundjeri land. In my free time (and not in lockdowns) I like to spend time in nature –bushwalking, camping and being at the beach. I completed a double degree, Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Global Studies and am passionate about […]
Joel Garrett first volunteered at Oxfam in the Supporter Services team in November 2011 and returned in May 2017 to assist the legal team. Who are you? My name is Joel. I in born and raised in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne and still currently living there. Growing up I always enjoyed a balance […]
Despite the difficult conditions in the camps, the Rohingya people seem so far to have escaped from the worst. However, the pandemic has fuelled an economic crisis.
When the threat of COVID-19 became fully apparent last year, First Peoples health organisations across Australia swung quickly into action to prevent devastating effects in their communities.
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Sophie Gardner is completing an internship through the CareerTrackers program in the First Peoples Program at Oxfam Australia. In this article, she talks about her experience as a trainee at Oxfam.
Late last week, Oxfam Australia was alerted to a suspected data incident. Oxfam immediately launched an investigation and engaged market leading experts to assist in identifying whether data may have been accessed and any impact on its supporters. Chief Executive Lyn Morgain said Oxfam Australia had reported the matter to the Australian Cyber Security Centre […]
Today Oxfam launches our new 10-year global strategy. It belongs to everyone who inspires and works with and among us. It drives our commitment and action to reshaping who we are.