This stunt highlights essential issues (health and education) that weren't addressed sufficiently in the G8 agenda.
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This year, eight women from around the world will join together to fight for health and education in their own countries.
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Would you take your child to a quack doctor for treatment? Find out why public health services are desperately needed in India. Watch our video.
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Rich countries have a habit of pointing out how emissions from emerging economies such as China and India are increasing rapidly. This is true – but we need to have a closer look at the facts...
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Love and sex are normal human needs for men and women, all over the world. But gender inequality makes sex very problematic. And women are often left to deal with the consequences of unsafe sex. This video explains how the female condom can help.
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Oxfam's Canvas for Change exhibition at the UN Climate Change Conference demonstrates how climate change is directly impacting on people's lives. These powerful images have been painted by children and famous artists from around the world.
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Oxfam Senior Policy Adviser, Antonio Hill, explains why Oxfam is in Poznan (Poland), and what the likely outcomes are from the negotiations on Climate Change currently being held by the United Nations.
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This documentary highlights the serious problems still facing many families affected one year after Cyclone Sidr struck the southern coast of Bangladesh. Despite funding pledges from international donors, only about one quarter of some 276,000 new homes promised have been built.
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Climate change hits poor people first and worst. Demand global action while there's still time.
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Ten years of conflict in D.R. Congo has left five million dead and over a million displaced. Oxfam is there.
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