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Statement on Aboriginal death in custody
Six-fold increase in people suffering famine-like conditions since pandemic began
Over 1 million people at risk of hunger in Syria if cross-border aid resolution not renewed, say aid groups
Expressions of Interest sought for Oxfam Australia Board
More than a million COVID-19 deaths in 4 months since G7 leaders failed to break vaccine monopolies
Applications open for Oxfam’s leadership program for First Nations women
After bombing, Gaza struggles to restart power, water, hospitals, markets and fishing for its
Statement on ceasefire in Occupied Palestinian Territory and Israel
COVID vaccines create 9 new billionaires with combined wealth greater than cost of vaccinating world’s poorest countries
Nearly half a million people out of reach in Gaza: Oxfam
Nearly half a million people out of reach in Gaza
Oxfam statement on escalation of hostilities in Occupied Palestinian Territory and Israel
Bolton Food first year assessment shows stronger efforts needed to improve its environmental and human rights performance
Government’s cash splashing budget fails to address twin threats of global pandemic and climate change
Oxfam India welcomes US decision to back waiver of intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines
Over 5 million people face extreme hunger as Tigray conflict surges past six months
Oxfam responds to deadly COVID-19 wave in India
COVID-19 cost women globally over $800 billion in lost income in one year
Earth Day summit must catalyse global climate action
Morrison’s flirting not climate commitment we need
Biden Summit: Charities and churches call on Prime Minister to halve emissions by 2030
Timor-Leste’s most destructive floods in recent memory likely worsened by climate change, as COVID-19 threat looms
INGOs Call for an End to Violence Against Civilians Including Children and Warn of Imminent Humanitarian Crisis
Two-thirds of epidemiologists warn mutations could render current COVID-19 vaccines ineffective in a year or less
Massive fire in Bangladesh’s Rohingya refugee camps leaves 45,000 people displaced
Bangladeshi authorities, aid agencies and refugee volunteers rush to respond as massive fire leaves some 45,000 Rohingya refugees
Yemen at tipping point as COVID-19 second wave hits amid renewed fighting and famine fears – Oxfam
Close Gap report shows First Peoples’ resilience shines during crises
Oxfam welcomes support for PNG, but more needed
UK sends tough message to abusers in aid sector and launches new programme of support for survivors
Rich nations vaccinating one person every second while majority of poorest nations are yet to give a single dose
ACTU calls on Australian Government to support developing countries’ access to vital COVID-19 vaccines
Charities urge global ambassadors to reject Mathias Cormann’s OECD bid
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