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According to the Paris-based Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, just one country fails to comply with international transparency standards, which Oxfam strongly disputes.
Summit shows EU leaders set on an attempt to stop people moving – without offering real long-term solutions.
Governments today pledged $352.6 million for refugees at the Uganda Solidarity Summit in Kampala.
New IPC figures show that famine has been pushed back in South Sudan, but the food crisis continues to spread across the country and 6 million people are facing severe hunger and need immediate help.
New UNHCR figures of globally displaced people show the pace of displacement has slowed - but that more people need support than ever before.
In response to the EU’s progress report on its Migration Partnership Framework, Oxfam says the bloc has failed to offer manageable and sustainable alternatives for people forced to use smugglers or improve opportunities in countries of origin.
In a crucial vote today on public country-by-country reporting, two European Parliament committees have given up another chance to take meaningful action for tax transparency.
Oxfam harshly criticized the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Panama and other countries for undermining a landmark global initiative to tackle corporate tax dodging unveiled today.
A touring exhibition by Oxfam and Amnesty International promoting solidarity with refugees and other migrants has received a prestigious European Excellence Award in Brussels today. The “Museum without a Home”, which showcases items donated by Greeks to migrants, was awarded the best European NGO campaign in 2016.
Plans for next year's EU budget mean that not the actual needs of people in developing countries will be addressed, but money will be spent on border security to stop migration, Oxfam deplores.