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How inequality is fuelling climate change
ABSF Sustainability Steering Group Chair calls for vegetation management initiative
Oxfam Calls for Wealth Tax on Billionaires to Benefit Women in Informal Sectors
Oxfam congratulates new parliament, calls for more action on climate, inequality, First People’s rights
Pandemic creates new billionaire every 30 hours — now million people could fall into extreme poverty
One person likely dying from hunger every 48 seconds in drought-ravaged East Africa as world again fails to heed warnings
Minister Phil Twyford to travel to Timor-Leste
Orlando Fraser’s inaugural speech
Trailwalker Brisbane cancelled
Over quarter of billion more people could fall into extreme levels of poverty and suffering
Oxfam reaction to IPCC’s Working Group III report on climate change mitigation
Canada announces funding for education projects
Star-studded concert to launch Emergency Action Alliance Ukraine Appeal
Budget lacks ambition at time of massive need
Escalating death, destitution and destruction as Yemeni civilians left to bear brunt of 7-year war
Walking for equality: Teams come together for Oxfam Trailwalker Melbourne
As many as 28 million people across East Africa at risk of extreme hunger if rains fail again
Building climate resilient societies requires sustainable care systems, say leaders of Global Alliance for Care
Close Gap report shows efforts to address systemic racism overdue: Oxfam
Oxfam campaign brings living wages step closer for garment workers as fashion brands make commitments
Covid death toll four times higher in lower-income countries than rich ones
Protection of civilians in Ukraine conflict
Oxfam reaction to IPCC’s Working Group II report on climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability
Oxfam slams OECD position on deducting vaccines from aid spending
Encouraging responsible sourcing in our supply chains
Yemen: Rise in airstrikes and landmines add to misery for civilians in Marib after year of increased conflict
Oxfam urges UN Security Council to inject new urgency into peace talks to end conflict in Yemen
Oxfam calls for respectful reflection, not celebration, on January 26
Why is Greenpeace talking about taxing super rich?
India Should Stop Using Abusive Foreign Funding Law
Billionaires doubling fortunes shows need for Greens’ billionaires tax
Australia’s billionaires double fortunes during pandemic as global inequality grows
Oxfam welcomes funding for Philippines, calls for more assistance
Government fails to commit further critical funding to tackle pandemic in region: Oxfam
Fiona Kotvojs will deliver for Bega electorate
UK government to match £10 million public donations to Afghanistan appeal
Parts of Somalia hit by driest season in 40 years as climate-fueled drought worsens
Australians encouraged to give socially conscious gifts this Christmas, amid rising inequality
Oxfam welcomes Labor climate policy, calls for more detail
Oxfam welcomes significant sanctions law
Statement from Minister Sajjan on International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women
Action against gender-based violence being pushed to outlying margins of global Covid response
Shoppers asked to pressure popular fashion brands to step up
Inequitable access to Covid vaccines among countries that hosted trials
Oxfam calls on Australian governments to act now to raise age of criminal responsibility to 14
Oxfam’s verdict on COP26 outcome
Australia failed our Pacific neighbours at COP: aid agencies
Straight Talk Summit postponed