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People fleeing floods in India, August 2012. Photo: Oxfam

Today, the world’s top scientists published a devastating report on the impacts of climate change. These activists, renowned chefs, musicians and celebrities have joined Oxfam calling for action on climate change and hunger now.

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Rahul Bose, Dubai Int'l Film Festival 2013. Photo: Chris Goldshaw

It was a night of film stars and philanthropy at the Armani Hotel in Dubai as the Dubai International Film Festival unfurled the red carpet for ‘One Night to Change Lives’, the annual gala fundraiser in aid of UAE-based philanthropic organization, Dubai Cares, and world-wide development organization, Oxfam.

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Typhoon Haiyan was the strongest storm in the world this year and quite possibly the most powerful to ever hit land. You can help Oxfam deliver water and sanitation materials to the region, by donating now.

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We asked you to do ordinary things out of place to make a noise about unjust land grabs. You delivered in the thousands. We put your images to Coldplay's song, and the World Bank listened.

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Act now to help stop land grabs.

Kristin Davis, Angelique Kidjo and Paul Theroux and others join the call on World Bank to temporarily freeze land deals in developing countries.

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Rum Alabe, musician. Photo: Charlotte Wales/Oxfam

Oxfam received the support from a group of African activists, singers, writers and performers to raise awareness around the continuing food crisis that is now affecting the Sahel region. We hope to raise an additional $20 million in order to reach 1.8 million people.

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International artists including Keira Knightly, Yoko Ono, Scarlett Johansson, Coldplay, Tim Roth, Annie Lennox and Kevin Spacey have joined forces to demand governments take immediate action to help improve regulation of the international arms trade.

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Baaba Maal saw the West Africa food crisis firsthand. Photo: Pablo Tosco/Oxfam
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Many people are seeing the need for a new approach to our global food system, and have provided their messages of support for Oxfam's new campaign GROW: Food.Life.Planet

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Scarlett Johansson talks with a farmer in India. Photo: Adrian Fisk/Oxfam

Leading actors, musicians and statesmen including actors Gael Garcia Bernal, Scarlett Johansson, Kristin Davis, Archbishop Emeritus Tutu and former President Lula of Brazil are putting out a call to fix the broken global food system, which is failing to feed nearly a billion people each day.

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