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Its findings should strengthen calls to tackle lax trade regulation, inconsistent tax policy and enforcement, collusion, and corporate greed.
At the conclusion of the December 4 London conference on Afghanistan, co-hosted by the UK and Afghanistan governments, Oxfam calls for sustained support for Afghanistan development and security.
Today leaders from Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa –better known as the BRICS- finalized their 6th summit in Fortaleza, Brazil, consolidating the creation of a new development bank that will provide fresh sources of financing for emerging economies.
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The European Commission’s new plan to boost the role of the private sector in development cooperation could put efforts to reduce poverty second to the interests of European companies, said leading
As development leaders from around the world gather in Mexico City to participate in the first High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation this week, Oxfam is asking a crucial question: What will be Mexico’s legacy?
The 2013 elections helped to restore constitutional order in Mali and marked the start of a period of hope for peace, stability and development.
Inequality is central to Oxfam’s mission to fight poverty.
Our 'Internet Now!' project connects villages with the internet, in areas of northern Uganda which have been affected by conflict from the Lord's Resistance Army. The Internet Now! computer centers create employment and give access to other services.
How can low carbon development be pursued without making inequality and food insecurity worse?