SCHOOL children across Australia are being urged by international aid agency Oxfam Australia to put away their school uniforms for a day and instead wear blue to fundraise for its June Appeal. This year’s appeal focuses on Oxfam’s life-saving water programs that help Cambodian communities have access to safe clean water. Oxfam Australia Associate Director […]
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Launceston’s Mayor is calling on Tasmanians to Go Fair in 2013 by making the switch to fair trade products as part of Fair Trade Fortnight.
To help Tasmanians understand more about how buying fair trade benefits producers in developing countries, the mayor will be speaking at a World Fair Trade Day special event on Saturday 11 May at 12.00pm in the Launceston Mall.
International development agency Oxfam Australia has urged the Coalition to drop its reported proposal to cut $373m in overseas aid to Africa.
International aid agency Oxfam welcomed today’s decision by the Rudd Government to change the Family Planning Guidelines, which apply to Australia’s overseas development program.
International aid agency Oxfam has estimated the global financial crisis will create a $2 million hole in its budget before the end of this year, and is appealing for urgent help from its supporters.
The spirit of Christmas will extend all the way from the living rooms of Melbourne to poor communities around the world this year with the purchase of Christmas trees from Oxfam.
As a part of a global campaign led by Oxfam called in my name, celebrities and dignitaries have recorded video clips to pressure governments to work harder to meet the MDGs that aim to halve global poverty by 2015.
A clear manifesto for tackling poverty in the 21st century from the international aid agency Oxfam was launched in Australia today.
Today on the occasion of International Women’s Day, Oxfam Australia celebrates its women aid workers who have dedicated their lives to ending human poverty and suffering in some of the world’s poorest countries.
Following today’s announcement by World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz of his resignation, international development agency Oxfam is calling for the next leader to be appointed based on merit, through an open and accountable process.