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Oxfam Australia data incident: update
Charity regulator returns Oxfam GB to standard regulatory oversight after significant improvements on safeguarding
Green Party accept petition calling for equal distribution of COVID-19 vaccine globally
Oxfam Australia investigating suspected data incident
Making Case for Global Economy that Works for Progress, People and Planet: Klaus Schwab Releases Stakeholder Capitalism
Poorest bear economic brunt of pandemic while billionaires’ fortunes boom: Oxfam
Appointment of Church Commissioner 21 January 2021
13.5 million people face starvation if US designation of Houthis blocks aid and food delivery
Oxfam warns of COVID-19 risks in camps following Indonesian earthquake
Oxfam reaction to US Secretary of State Pompeo’s decision to designate Houthis as a Foreign Terrorist Organization and Specially
Homes flattened, thousands in evacuation centres as powerful Tropical Cyclone Yasa strikes Fiji
Oxfam congratulates Australian fashion brands on living wage milestone
UN-backed rights needed for Indigenous communities: Oxfam
Campaigners warn that 9 out of 10 people in poor countries are set to miss out on COVID-19 vaccine
Education Secretary makes key children’s sector appointments
Oxfam welcomes support for self-determination for First Peoples
New Oxfam International Executive Director launches 10-year strategy to transform Oxfam and its fight against
Oxfam welcomes more than $500 million package for South-East Asia
More than 2 million people impacted as Super Typhoon Goni sweeps across Philippines
Oxfam welcomes COVID-19 vaccine funding for Australia’s neighbours
COVID-19 response plans a positive start, but lasting impacts need more focus
Oxfam welcomes increase to international COVID support, calls for permanent change
Gas-powered recovery plan a betrayal of our Pacific neighbours
One month since Beirut blast and thousands can’t afford a front door
Gaza hospitals brace for surging COVID-19 cases amidst bombing and severe electricity shortages, warns
New Director of International Programs and Operations commences at CARE Australia
Celebrities, health workers, everyday Aussies stand in solidarity with vulnerable nations tackling COVID-19 on
One air raid every ten days on hospitals, clinics, wells and water tanks throughout Yemen war
New Chair of Board at Oxfam Australia
Sale of Oxfam Melbourne office
Closing Gap needs investment and reforms
More people could die daily from COVID-19 linked hunger than virus itself
Oxfam urges Government to condemn Israel’s proposed annexation of parts of
Urgent need to address Australia’s national disgrace
COP26 climate conference postponement should not delay urgent climate action
New locust swarms threaten to increase hunger in parts of Africa already reeling from flooding & coronavirus crisis
Oxfam responds to devastation in wake of Cyclone Amphan
World Health Assembly vaccine agreement not fit for purpose
Trailwalker Sydney and Adelaide cancelled
Oxfam launches appeal as coronavirus threatens lives and livelihoods of billions
New OECD figures show international aid woefully inadequate to fight COVID-19 crisis – Oxfam
Up to 250 people per single water tap in refugee camps braced for arrival of coronavirus
Up to 250 people per single water tap in refugee camps braced for arrival of coronavirus
Vanuatu bracing for Category 5 Cyclone Harold
Oxfam reaction to Coronavirus pandemic reaching 1 million cases
UN Climate Summit postponed as a result of Coronavirus – Oxfam response
Australia’s leading aid agencies call for urgent action to support charities amid COVID-19 crisis
Oxfam calls on Government to back UN’s COVID-19 response plan to support most vulnerable