You & Oxfam:
tackling
gender injustice

Badin, Pakistan: Fatima received Women’s Leadership training that has empowered her to be vocal about water issues that her village faces. Photo: Khaula Jamil/OxfamAUS.

Get fast facts on gender equality

Gender inequality is one of the oldest and most widespread forms of inequality in the world. If you’re keen to tackle gender inequality with us, get the facts in our latest guide.
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This free guide is for you if:

  • You’re a person interested in tackling poverty.
  • You have a curious mind!
  • You’re an activist looking for ways to take meaningful action.
  • You’re a student looking for information.
  • You’re a parent looking for tips of having conversations with your kids about gender equality.

What you'll find inside

Inside, you’ll find stories of women we’ve worked with around the world, telling their stories of how they face and overcome gender inequality.

We’ve also compiled fast facts and figures to help you in your conversations with others about how we can strive for gender equality in our every day.

You’ll also find practical information about our life-changing programs in all corners of the globe which empower women to earn, learn, and lead in their communities.

If you’re left with any questions after reading the guide, we’d love to hear from you!

Tackle gender justice with Oxfam

Download our latest free guide today. By empowering yourself with knowledge, you’re also empowering women and non-binary people all around the world.
Fiji: Women artisans of the Rise Beyond the Reef program are empowered through sharing skills, experiences and a vision of self-sufficiency. Photo: Rob Rickman.