Grace Aloyo, with one of her five children, in Lamwo District, Uganda. The Panama Papers highlighted how just one company in Uganda used Mossack Fonseca services to try to avoid paying $400 million in tax.

The Panama Papers leak blew the lid on the murky world of industrial scale tax abuse. For over 40 years a single law firm, Mossack Fonseca, set up more than 200,000 shell companies for the rich and powerful, in places where their financial affairs could be cloaked in secrecy, out of reach from...

La Playita, in Baracoa, is one of the most vulnerable communities in the city

While President Obama's visit has put Havana in the spotlight, more remote communities are preparing for earthquakes and natural disasters.

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Shame, victim-blaming and stigma are such common aspects of violence against women that many victims never go to the police. Photo: Oxfam

Our stats struck a nerve, now let’s hit back against inequality

Oxfam's latest inequality report and stats have prompted some lively debate in the run up to the World Economic Forum. Here Deborah Hardoon, Deputy Head of Research, explains how we came up with the stats and why we're confident about our findings. 


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