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Ending Poverty. Fighting Inequality. Together.

Oxfam is a global organization working to end the injustice of poverty and inequality by focusing on women’s rights. That’s why at Oxfam Canada, we work in three critical areas:

Humanitarian Response

We provide emergency aid when disaster strikes or conflict breaks out.

Long-Term Development

We support projects that help people assert their rights and build better lives.

Advocacy & Campaigning

We work to change the laws and practices that perpetuate inequality and keep people trapped in poverty.

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See How Ending Global Poverty Begins With. Women's Rights

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Territorial Acknowledgement

Our office is located on the unceded, unsurrendered territory of the Anishinabe Algonquin First Nation. We recognize the longstanding relationship the Algonquin have with this territory that has been nurtured since time immemorial.

We also pay respect to all First Nations, Métis, and Inuit on the lands that we now know as Canada. We acknowledge the historical and ongoing oppression and colonization of the people and the loss of culture and land.

We recognize the valuable past, present, and future contributions of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit as customary keepers and defenders of this territory. We honour their culture, knowledge, leadership, and courage. As settlers, we recognize this first step in a long journey toward decolonization and move towards reconciliation.

We thank members of Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation for their support in reviewing this text (September 2023).

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