Katerina, a 34-year-old Ukrainian refugee from Odessa, together with her son Miron*, 2 and her daughter Daria*, 8, in the backyard of the Bronx People Association, August 3rd, 2022. *Name changed to protect identity

The Partner-led response: How Oxfam is supporting Ukrainian refugees in Romania through local communities

Since the outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis in 2022, more than six million refugees have been recorded across Europe. In response, Oxfam partnered with local community organisations, working alongside them to operate faster and more effectively as the crisis unfolded. Through partnering with FFCR (Romanian Federation for Community Foundations), comprising of 12 community foundations and […]

A commitment to First Nations women

Oxfam has a history of working with First Peoples in the Kimberley region over a number of decades. In 1980, Oxfam supported Traditional Owners in their fight for land rights during the Nookanbah dispute when the Western Australia Government approved drilling for oil on their sacred lands. In 2020 and 2021, Oxfam partnered with the […]
Naughty or Nice

Naughty or Nice list 2022

What’s the low down on this year’s list?  This year’s Naughty or Nice list asks brands to commit to completing a wage gap analysis in their supply chain by October 2023. A wage gap analysis involves calculating the difference between current worker wages and the living wage – it is a key step in an […]
A section of the sea wall built by Martin Hau - Solomon Islands.

Who’s responsible for the climate crisis? Carbon Billionaires.

Who’s responsible for the climate crisis?  If you were asked that question, what would you say? It may make sense to say ‘everyone’. We all have a part to play in minimising our carbon footprint. But in an unequal world, some are more responsible for the climate crisis than others.  Oxfam’s latest report ‘Carbon Billionaires: […]

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