Recent media releases

29 JUL 15

Coal is not ‘good for humanity’: new report

A new Oxfam report challenges mining industry spin about coal and poverty, showing clearly that coal is not the solution to improving energy access in developing countries.

25 JUL 15

Nepal earthquake 3 months on: Women fear abuse

Despite significant work to ensure the safety of earthquake survivors in Nepal, many women are living in fear of a secondary threat of abuse, three months on from the disaster, Oxfam said.

23 JUL 15

Aboriginal Women from North East Arnhem Land do some Straight Talking

Aboriginal women from throughout North East Arnhem Land will come together in Nhulunbuy to build their skills in engaging with politicians as part of Oxfam Australia’s Straight Talk gathering. The gathering will take place from Saturday 25 July to Monday 27 July. Oxfam Australia’s Straight Talk coordinator Rebecca Harnett said 30 women from all works […]

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