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Emma Jane Drew, Country Director (Acting) for Oxfam in South Sudan, said from Juba:
Commenting on the failure of EU Energy Ministers to reach agreement on EU biofuel policy today, Marc Olivier Herman, Oxfam’s biofuels expert said:
In reaction to the new trade facilitation agreement approved in Bali on Saturday, Romain Benicchio, Senior Policy Advisor with Oxfam, said:
Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of Oxfam International
"My direct contact with President Nelson Mandela was in the context of helping Burundian women to participate in the Arusha peac
A leaked European Commission document dispels earlier warnings that the fin
Nigel Timmins, who is heading up Oxfam's response to the Syria Crisis, said: “This announcement is long overdue.
Only massive public pressure can rescue a climate deal, warned Oxfam today, as the Warsaw negotiations drew to a close after a fortnight of farce and fiasco.
Explaining Oxfam’s decision to join civil society movements and trade unions in walking out of the UN climate change talks today, Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of Oxfam International said:
Commenting on the decision by developing countries to walk out of negotiations on loss and damage in the early hours of this morning at the UN COP19 climate talks, Tim Gore, Oxfam's climate spokesp
Rich countries’ obsession with private finance means millions of poor and vulnerable people could be left to face increasingly extreme and erratic climate alone warned Oxfam today as minist