International aid agency Oxfam today releases a digital edition of its report Growing a Better Future: Food justice in a resource constrained world, to coincide with the beginning of ‘GROW Week’ – a week of activism highlighting the world’s broken food system.
Oxfam is releasing an online parody today of Alec Baldwin’s sales talk in the cult classic movie Glengarry Glen Ross, to highlight the issue of land grabs and their effect on poor people's lives.
Oxfam's interactive map shows how poor communities across the world are being hurt by high and volatile food prices. The ‘food price pressure points map’ provides a global snapshot of the impacts of the global food price crisis.
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.
A broken food system and environmental crises are now reversing decades of progress against hunger according to new Oxfam analysis. Oxfam today launches a new global campaign for a hunger-free world.