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Natural Resources and Extractive Industries

At a Glance

Oxfam works with partners to reverse the entrenched gender bias in the extractive sector, in which decisions, opportunities and economic benefits tend to go to men, while women disproportionately experience the adverse impacts. Natural resource governance needs women’s leadership and a strong intersectional gender lens in order to create just and sustainable outcomes for all.

In focus

Oxfam Canada scores actions the government is taking to accelerate a feminist COVID-19 response at home and around the world. How do these actions stack up?

 

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Women in Humanitarian Action

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Gender-Just Economies

Women’s Fight for Climate Justice

Natural Resources and Extractive Industries

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Meet Our Experts

We’re a team of policy experts and thought leaders who collaborate with communities, local partners and governments around the world to bring about policy changes and shift the narrative to advance gender justice and end poverty and inequality.

 

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