Oxfam's Louis Belanger reports from Mugunga camp in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, where we are supplying water and sanitation to 50,000 people who have recently fled the ongoing conflict.
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
Martha Mwasu Waziri was chosen as Tanzania's Mama Shujaa wa Chakula 2012 (Female Food Hero). She won 10 million Tanzanian Shillings ($6,325) to buy farming equipment of her choice.
Duncan Green, author of From Poverty to Power: How active citizens and effective states can change the world introduces the new edition due out on 23rd October 2012.
Kate Raworth, Senior Researcher at Oxfam Great Britain explores the question of what it would take to achieve global 'green growth' with equity.
This shocking film, from the Polochic Valley in Guatemala, captures in detail what happens when people have their land taken from them. Thank you to CIFCA who helped us make this video.