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
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- Provide access to a wealth of case studies, pictures and videos
Poor countries will today leave the UN climate change negotiations in Doha with little more than they arrived with, because developed countries failed to take any meaningful collective action to prevent and address the most harmful impacts of climate change.
ActionAid, Christian Aid, Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace, Oxfam and WWF issued a statement saying the Doha talks were on the brink of disaster and that rich governments had 24 hours to urgently make a deal that reflects the scale of planetary emergency facing humanity.
After another year of extreme weather, developing countries face a looming climate ‘fiscal cliff’ at the end of 2012. Yet new Oxfam research finds most climate finance pledges so far have been recycled funds or loans.
The UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS) has delivered solid guidance and important recommendations that governments must now follow through with action.
With abnormally high food prices and slowing efforts to tackle global hunger, the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) must now energize governments to begin fixing the broken global food system, at its annual meeting in Rome from Oct 15 – 20.
Exclusive video from Coldplay live in Berlin on 21st December 2011 released by Oxfam to celebrate thousands of fans joining the GROW food justice campaign on the December leg of the Mylo Xyloto tour. http://www.oxfam.org/coldplay
The UN Climate Change Conference in South Africa, COP17, has come to a close but the battle against climate change continues. In this film we look at the outcomes from Durban and the broader issues around getting a global climate deal to keep warming below two degrees.
On the middle Saturday of the UN Climate Change Conference, COP17, Oxfam along with thousands of people took part in a peaceful march through Durban to demand action on climate change.
Oxfam organized a dinner party in the sea at COP 17 in Durban to provide a stark illustration of the effects that extreme weather will have on our already creaking food system.
In October this year, rural women activists from across South Africa came together in Pretoria to discuss the common issues they face - including on climate change and land reform - and to call on national and global leaders for action at the 2011 UN climate talks in Durban.
Oxfam went to Uganda, to hear why villagers claim more than 20,000 people were evicted, some forcibly, from their homes and the land they depended on, to make way for the New Forest Company's plantations.
Secretive land deals are forcing poor families from their land and leaving them hungry. We've produced this video to help us start a conversation about how land grabs are impacting people's lives.
Oxfam asked over 16,000 people and public figures in 17 countries about their food favorites and experiences. This video gives a snapshot into what we found.
Singer Angeliques Kidjo introduces GROW, Oxfam's new campaign for better ways to grow, share and live together, to help build a future where everyone always has enough to eat.
Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal introduces GROW, Oxfam's new campaign for better ways to grow, share and live together, to help build a future where everyone always has enough to eat.