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It is shameful to see European banks again involved in a major global money laundering scandal.
A world where more new billionaires have been created in a year than ever before shows signs of economic sickness rather than health.
Responding to the verdict in the retrial of the LuxLeaks whistleblowers, Max Lawson, Oxfam’s Inequality Policy Lead said: “Whistleblowers who expose tax dodging should be praised, not punished."
UN announces that hunger levels in Yemen have jumped by 20 percent since June 2016.
At the EU summit in Brussels today, EU leaders have decided to stick to their migration policies which aim at increasing restrictions on movement.
The EU and its member states measure the success of migration policies by simply looking at the number of people arriving to Europe. They completely ignore the impact their policies have on people’s rights, safety and dignity, Oxfam says.
Oslo Conference on the Lake Chad Basin crisis closes with donors pledging $672m of the $1.5bn needed to avert famine.
An Oxfam award-winning film challenging the deep-rooted patriarchy in India cannot be screened in the country. The Central Board of Film Certification has refused to certify ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’, saying the movie is “lady orientated” and contains “contentious sexual scenes, abusive words [and] audio pornography.”
EU finance ministers today discussed the future "EU blacklist" for tax havens.
The man-made tragedy of years of conflcit has resulted in a famine being declared in parts of South Sudan - the first to be announced in any part of the world in six years.