labour rights

  • Kibera, the largest informal settlement in Africa, where an estimated 700,000 to 1 million people live. Many of the families live in a precarious situation with lack of access to basic social services, such as water, electricity and decent housing. Photo credit: Pablo Tosco/Oxfam

    A tale of two continents: fighting inequality in Africa

    2 September 2019
  • Northern Ghana has poverty levels two to three times higher than the national average. The region is covered by dry savannah land and lacks key infrastructure such as roads and markets. Photo: Adam Patterson/Oxfam

    West Africa: extreme inequality in numbers

    9 July 2019
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    The West Africa inequality crisis

    9 July 2019
  • Cerignola (Foggia, Apulia region, Southern Italy), African immigrants working in the tomato fields ©Dino Fracchia/Alamy Stock Photo

    The people behind the prices

    6 February 2019
  • The financial district of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Despite economic growth, almost 40 million people in Bangladesh still live below the national poverty line. Photo: GMB Akrash/Oxfam

    The Commitment to Reducing Inequality Index 2018

    8 October 2018
  • Dirty water in Kutupalong Camp Extension

    Great expectations: is the IMF turning words into action on inequality?

    10 October 2017
  • A computer classroom in Oneputa Combined School, northern Namibia. The Namibian government is committed to reducing inequality and secondary education is free for all students. Photo: John Hogg/World Bank

    The Commitment to Reducing Inequality Index

    16 July 2017
  • A young street vendor selling candy in Lagos, Nigeria. Photo: Mies van der Putte/Oxfam

    Nigeria: extreme inequality in numbers

    16 May 2017