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Aid workers' sexual misconduct unveiled by researchers using DNA
Foreign aid workers who fathered children abroad are being revealed by using publicly available DNA databases. Test cases in the Philippines found men from Australia, Canada, the US and Britain had fathered children in the country while doing foreign aid work.
World's richest 1% produced 'double the CO2 of the poorest half'
Oxfam International and the Stockholm Environment Institute made the claim in a new report published on Monday (September 21).
Rich nations have bought half of future COVID-19 vaccine doses - Oxfam
Charities are calling for an overhaul of corporate practices so that a 'People's Vaccine' is available to everyone.
Coronavirus: 500m people worldwide 'could be pushed into poverty'
A study says the pandemic could push 8% of the world's population into poverty, prompting calls for a huge rescue package for vulnerable communities. "Never in the 75 years history of our institution have so many countries found themselves in need," said IMF head Kristalina Georgieva,
Secondhand superstore offering Gucci and Moschino opened by Oxfam
This paradise for thrifty shoppers is the charity's biggest shop with racks of pre-loved designer items to comb through.
Oxfam wants you to 'say no to new' clothes this September
#SecondhandSeptember is a campaign being run by the charity to increase awareness of the number of clothes that end up in landfill each year.
Resource extraction, climate change and the right to live well ǀ View
Protecting the world’s remaining tropical forest cover from natural resource extraction is essential if the worst of climate change is to be avoided, and the rights of people who depend on those forests are to be respected.
Oxfam 'had culture of tolerating bad behaviour' - sex scandal report
A report into the sexual exploitation of earthquake victims by Oxfam workers in Haiti says the charity had a "culture of tolerating bad behaviour".
Failure to tax the rich hits girls hardest: Oxfam
"We all suffer, but it's women and girls who suffer most"
Poverty report: 26 individuals own the same as poorest 50% of humanity
Fortune favours the rich with 26 people owning the same as the poorest half of the human race, according to a recent report from Oxfam
NGOS sue French government over not doing enough to tackle climate cha
Four NGOs including Oxfam and Greenpeace have decided to take the first act of "a climate justice action" against the French State.
Haiti bans Oxfam GB
Haiti bans Oxfam GB over sex scandal
Oxfam CEO steps down
After allegations of sexual misconduct by some Oxfam workers, Mark Goldring said someone else should rebuild the aid organisation
Former World Bank, UN chiefs to front Oxfam sex scandal commission
The fallout from the Oxfam revelations has put other charities under the spotlight
EU considers register for aid workers
As part of a review of relationships with development and humanitarian NGOs, Brussels is considering a register system for aid workers.
Haiti suspends Oxfam operations over sexual misconduct scandal
The country's minister of planning and external cooperation said Oxfam made a "serious error" by not informing Haitian authorities of the allegations.
Oxfam sex scandal: Internal report reveals 'witness intimidation'
Three employees facing sexual misconduct allegations in Haiti were "physically threatening and intimidating" towards a witness, an internal report claims.
Oxfam Haiti ex-chief denies paying for sex as scandal rocks aid sector
One former aid worker and whistleblower warns the Oxfam scandal is just the tip of the iceberg. He calls for greater scrutiny of the international aid sector.
Oxfam's finances threatened by scandal spooking sponsors
British charity sees government funding threat if it does not clean house.
Driver quits Oxfam over Haiti sex scandal
British actress says she's been "horrified" by misconduct allegations and the charity's response
Haitian president slams Oxfam over sex scandal
Haiti's president has condemned the behaviour of Oxfam staff accused of sexual misconduct as a "serious violation of human dignity."
Oxfam deputy chief steps down over Haiti prostitution scandal
It comes as one of Britain's biggest charities could have its government funding cut over its handling of the row involving its staff.