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Photo of women in Bangladesh. Credit: Goutham Jho

The #MeToo campaign is empowering survivors across the globe to share their stories.  But in many countries, women and girls still can’t speak out or access justice. 

Laila in Bangladesh

Laila, who is pregnant with two young children, describes the treacherous journey from Myanmar to Bangladesh.

Coldplay

Oxfam is currently on tour with Coldplay to raise awareness to the plight of refugees. Oxfam is asking Coldplay fans to stand together with people forced to flee conflict and disaster. 

Mary Kwamboka runs a small roadside kiosk in one of Nairobi’s many informal settlements. As a single mother, the small amount of money she makes helps put food on the table for her three children. Credit: Allan Gichigi/Oxfam

How can we build an economy that works for everyone? Fenella Porter explains why in order to conceptualize a truly ‘human’ economy we need to look at inequalities of gender as much as inequalities of wealth.

Samia and her daughter in a refugee camp in Greece

People who were separated from their family told us about the severe implications of separation in their lives, and wrote letters to their loved ones in other EU member states.

Women rally to demand their rights in Uttar Pradesh, India, with support of Oxfam partner Samarpan. Credit: Rajendra Shaw/Oxfam

Laws on paper are one critical step in efforts to address VAWG, but evidently we must continue in our struggle to get governments to live up to their obligations.  Laws can have a significant impact on reducing the prevalence of violence only if duty-bearers implement them effectively, backed up...

Washington DC skyline

The problem with America First is that it is both based on false pretenses and morally shallow. 

8 men own the same wealth as the bottom half of the planet

Oxfam's Director of Policy and Campaigns, Lauren Ravon and Manager of Campaigns, Kelly Bowden, spoke with media outlets across the country about the current state of inequality.

8 men own the same wealth as 3.6 Billion people.

It seems that our report intrigued many Canadians and other global citizens. Below are the answers to our five most frequently asked questions related to our latest report titled An Economy for the 99...

To mark its 20th anniversary, artists from India to Nigeria revamped the Spice Girls’ world-famous Wannabe video. What they “really really want” this time around is an end to violence against women. That's what Julie says she really really wants too.

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