- November 3, 2006
Global coffee giant Starbucks has refused to move forward in negotiations with Ethiopia on the trademarking of its coffee names unless it's on the company's own terms.
- July 26, 2006
International agency Oxfam has warned that the European Union and the United States are making a serious miscalculation if they think suspension of the WTO talks spells a free-for-all in global trade.
- August 14, 2006
Oxfam International is urging donor nations and developing country governments to scale up their investment in health systems to address the critical shortage of health workers and crumbling infrastructure.
- August 15, 2006
Oxfam expressed concern that Canada's performance on the AIDS front has fallen since last year, according to the report card on the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis recently released by U.S. researchers. The main reason for the change was Canada's stagnant funding commitments.
- August 15, 2006
International Networks Demand Funding for African Health Workers
- October 4, 2006
One year on from the Pakistan earthquake, more than 1.8 million people face a second winter in makeshift shelters and tents, Oxfam International warned in a new report.
- August 18, 2006
Three of the five grassroots activists honoured at AIDS 2006 for their innovative frontline work are Oxfam partners.
- October 2, 2006
The globalization of the arms industry has opened major loopholes in arms export regulations, allowing sales to human rights abusers and countries under arms embargoes.
- July 4, 2005
Rich country governments are denying clear economic evidence and using every excuse to avoid immediately increasing their aid to poor countries, Oxfam said ahead of G8 meetings in Gleneagles.
- September 22, 2005
Oxfam Canada is applauding changes to food aid procurement rules that will allow up to 50 per cent of Canada's food aid to be sourced in low-income developing countries. Previously, 90 per cent had to be sourced in Canada, making food aid more expensive and less effective.