Oxfam International Climate Change Blog (EN)
Written by Emma Seery, Oxfam's Head of Development Finance & Public Services.
This year, David Cameron put two issues that matter to the poorest countries on the G8 agenda; cracking down on tax dodging that blights ordinary families around the world – especially in poor countries, and stopping unfair land deals that keep people hungry.
Written by Adam Musgrave, Oxfam's Senior Global Campaigner.
Today, I’m packing my bags and heading off to Enniskillen in Northern Ireland for the G8 Summit.
At its inception, Oxfam was critical of the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition in Africa. Eric Muñoz of Oxfam America has been on a fact-finding mission to New Alliance countries and explains below that serious concerns remain.
There's enough food in the world to feed everyone. So why does one person in every eight still go to bed hungry?
This month, eight people will meet in Northern Ireland - and they can start to answer this one question.
This week marks the second birthday of the GROW campaign – a good time to pause and reflect.
GROW is our contribution to the global struggle to fix our broken food system. Our ambition – “a future where every one of us will always have enough to eat” – is big. But it needs to be, because so is the problem, and the solutions needed!
In recent months food scandals have hit the headlines across the globe with horsemeat being passed off as beef in Europe and rat dressed up as lamb in China. And these are probably just the tip of the iceberg.