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In the bag: Oxfam Australia recognised in top innovator list for 2018

Oxfam Australia was last night recognised as one of Australia and New Zealand’s most innovative organisations after it was ranked 96 in the Australian Financial Review’s 100 Most Innovative Companies List for 2018. The annual innovator list, judged by leading innovation consultancy Inventium, looks at the top innovations across Australia and New Zealand in the […]

Oxfam training 119 staff to become investigators as part of package to strengthen safeguarding worldwide

Independent Commission appointed and Safeguarding review on track Initial training for 119 staff to become new safeguarding investigators Staff reference systems introduced with enhanced pre-employment checks Whistle-blowing reporting lines in five languages Oxfam has held initial training courses for 119 staff to become new safeguarding investigators as part of its Ten-Point Action Plan launched in […]

Thousands of Syrians out of reach of aid – Oxfam

Thousands of Syrians forced from their homes due to the recent fighting in Dar’a Province in southern Syria are unable to get the help they desperately need, international aid agency Oxfam said today. Amid scorching summer temperatures, families need shelter, water, food and medical care but access for humanitarian agencies is limited and not enough […]

Yemen: Hodeidah cannot be allowed to become a graveyard – Oxfam

Conditions for more than half a million people in Yemen’s port city of Hodeidah are steadily deteriorating, with food in short supply and seriously damaged water and sewage systems increasing the risk of cholera, Oxfam said today. More than 80,000 people have fled their homes, despite a recent reduction in the intensity of the fighting. […]

Modern Slavery Bill lacking: Oxfam

Providing strong and effective protection against modern slavery requires crucial amendments to proposed laws to be introduced in Federal Parliament, Oxfam Australia said today. Oxfam Australia’s Economic Policy Adviser Joy Kyriacou said the Modern Slavery Bill was an important step in the right direction, but lacked critical elements that would make sure Australian businesses could […]

Oxfam welcomes suggested amendments to Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme Bill

Responding to the report released today by the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security that suggests amending to the Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme (FITS) Bill to exempt the work of Australian charities, Oxfam Australia’s Head of Public Policy and Advocacy Rachel Ball said: “Oxfam Australia welcomes the Committee’s recommendation that the FITS Bill be […]

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