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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...

Feras Almouqdad

Feras Almouqdad was supposed to travel to the US with his wife and three children in February until President Trump's unfair Executive Order (EO) was announced. Today, he sits in his Jordan apartment, surrounded by suitcases, his dreams of a better life thwarted. 

Ray Offenheiser spoke with a family living in Hassansham camp for displaced families in Iraq. The family he met has relatives still living in ISIS controlled Mosul. Photo: Tegid Cartwright/Oxfam

Last month I traveled to Iraq and even though winter was about to set in, thousands of families were fleeing the fighting around Mosul and heading to camps where tents are all that they’ll have for shelter in the cold months ahead.

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...

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