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In response to the Food and Agriculture Organization’s announcement that global food prices slightly decreased last month, Oxfam’s policy advisor Luca Chinotti said:
The UK government is hosting an international meeting in London on 29 March on Libya.
Oxfam believes that the protection of civilians is of the utmost importance and welcomes the concerns clearly expressed by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for the safety and welf
Daniel Gorevan, Humanitarian spokesperson of Oxfam said:
Oxfam’s senior gender advisor Ines Smyth said:
Baffour Amoa, spokesperson for the Control Arms Coalition said:
Oxfam’s food policy adviser Thierry Kesteloot said: “The hike in food prices is deeply worrying. Millions more people are sliding into poverty as they struggle to afford basic food su
Oxfam deplores the current violence against protestors in Libya which has led to many hundreds of deaths at the hands of the state security forces.
Today Oxfam’s thoughts are with all of the people affected by the earthquake in Christchurch – those who lost their lives, those who are missing and every family and friend waiting
Oxfam deplores the use of lethal force against unarmed civilian protesters in North Africa, particularly evident in Libya.