How communities in east and south Asia tackled gender-based violence and changed laws and social norms to protect women and girls.
by Megan Lowthers | December 6, 2021
Generation Equality Forum: A blueprint for gender equality “Human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights” – a key refrain from the Fourth United Nations World Conference…
by Amar Nijhawan, Amber Parks & Julie Thekkudan | July 20, 2021
Oxfam continues its work to assist families surviving a decade of war in Syria, but every day in Syria is a struggle to survive.
by Dania Kareh | March 15, 2021
While many communities and countries are still firefighting the COVID-19 crisis, several governments, including here in Canada, have begun outlining their blueprints for our social and economic recovery.
by Kate Higgins | September 24, 2020
Find out the five ways Oxfam’s LAC Regional Women’s Rights and Gender Justice group are bringing feminist learning into the centre of our organization.
by Tamsin Smith | Oxfam | April 19, 2020
Existing inequalities mean the most marginalized people around the world are at the greatest risk with COVID-19.
by Lauren Ravon, Oxfam Canada | March 20, 2020
Five years ago Oxfam started a beekeeping project in Addise’s village, providing women with equipment and training to produce and sell honey. Addise seized the opportunity to take part
by Eleanor Farmer | December 19, 2019
Schools tailored to girls’ needs in northern Ghana are removing barriers and motivating them to pursue higher education.
by Divya Amladi | August 15, 2019
Over the years, thousands of Oxfam supporters like you have responded powerfully to our annual Threads of Change campaign.
by Oxfam Canada | October 20, 2015