Oxfam media officers are based around the globe. They can:
- Link you up with spokespeople who can provide expert comment and analysis on all issues related to Oxfam's GROW campaign in a range of different languages
- Put you in touch with poor communities who live with the consequences of the broken food system and environmental crisis and are at forefront of efforts to find solutions
- Provide access to a wealth of case studies, pictures and videos
Spotlight on Kellogg and General Mills; companies not doing enough to tackle climate change.
Oxfam in Paraguay today announced its involvement in a campaign to get “public lands” into the hands of landless young people. 1980 Nobel Peace Prize-winner Adolfo Perez Esquivel is supporting the campaign, co-organized by local communities and the Articulacion Curuguaty (Curuguaty Network).
Australia’s big four banks are backing companies accused of kicking people off their land, leaving them homeless and hungry, Oxfam Australia said today.
Climate change could put back the fight against hunger by decades but our global food system is woefully unprepared to cope with the challenge.
PepsiCo, the world’s second largest food and beverage company, today committed to take steps to stop land grabs from happening in its supply chain.
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.
Watch the pioneering new crowd-sourced 'In My Place' film featuring thousands of Coldplay fans and others, and take action to help end the injustice of land grabs.
'Farmers feed us... but who's feeding the farmers?' This is an outcry of GROW campaign members for a recognition of the role and the potential of family farms.
The companies that make your favorite chocolate bars are not doing much to support the women who grow and pick cocoa for them. You can change this.
Oxfam ambassadors Coldplay have donated an incredible acoustic version of their track ‘In My Place’ for a new crowd-sourced Oxfam GROW campaign video.
Global economic growth is exacerbating inequalities while pushing the Earth beyond ecological limits. Oxfam senior researcher Kate Raworth visited the RSA in October 2012, to explain how the simple 'doughnut' can help save the planet and decrease global inequality.
The Future of Agriculture: what if our agricultural and food future was sustainable, equitable and inclusive?
Who's putting pressure on the planet? This video reveals the extreme inequalities of resource use - within and between countries - underlying the pressure on four 'planetary boundaries'.
In October, in Turin, Italy, the Slow Food movement celebrated Terra Madre, joining the pleasure of good food with a commitment to community and the environment, bringing together consumers and producers.
Historic march in India of over 100,000 people to get the Government to pass a 'National Land Reforms Act & Policy' as a broad framework and means of land re-distribution to the landless and homeless poor