21 November 2011
Oxfam is extremely concerned about the humanitarian impact of any foreign military intervention in Somalia – no matter who it involves – as it is taking place at a time when humanitarian needs are...
18 November 2011
In response to the FSNAU announcement that areas of Somalia have shown some improvement, Oxfam's Country Director for Somalia, Senait Gebregziabher, said: "Any improvement to the humanitarian...
18 November 2011
Oxfam response to the Special Report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation (launched...
14 November 2011
Oistein Thorsen, humanitarian campaigner at Oxfam International said:"This recent international focus on one of Africa’s most brutal rebel groups is hugely significant."Oxfam works with people in...
9 November 2011
In response to donor commitments announced at the Global Partnership for Education replenishment meeting in Copenhagen today, Oxfam’s Education Policy Advisor, Katie Malouf Bous, said: “Oxfam...
8 November 2011
EU Finance Ministers today adopted a report on Europe’s progress towards its share of the $30 billion promised by rich countries at the 2009 Copenhagen climate summit to help poor countries adapt to...
4 November 2011
Oxfam spokesperson Luc Lampriere said: "The principle of a multilateral convention on tax is welcome -- but it must make it possible for poor countries to recoup the 125 billion Euros in tax...
3 November 2011
Arms expert Kathi Lynn Austin said:"The verdict in the Viktor Bout trial closes the book on one of the most prolific enablers of war, mass atrocities and terrorism in the post-Cold War era. We should...
3 November 2011
Oxfam spokesperson Luc Lampriere said: “Gates’ timely message is that there will be no lasting global economic recovery without tackling poverty. He brings much needed impetus and ambition to a...
3 November 2011
Oxfam spokesperson Luc Lampriere reacting to President Sarkozy today:“Amid the clamour in Cannes around the Euro crisis it is a ray of good news that Brazil and Argentina will swing in behind France...