Why is a ceasefire needed in Yemen now?

Why is a ceasefire needed in Yemen now?

This blog was written by Awssan Kamal, an Oxfam GB Humanitarian Campaign Project Manager and humanitarian activist.   I’m a British Yemeni who left the UK to work in Yemen in 2014 – as an aid worker and activist – in the hope that post-Arab spring...
Refugee-activist Anila Noor refuses to be invisible!

Refugee-activist Anila Noor refuses to be invisible!

Written by Anila Noor. Anila is a refugee-activist, TEDx Speaker, Gender & Policy advisor and Researcher. She’s the founder of the Global Independent Refugee Women Leaders (GIRWL). These are her words. Making Refugees Visible I am many things, a woman, a...
Oxfam volunteers at the heart of their community

Oxfam volunteers at the heart of their community

Since the coronavirus has changed UK life, millions of people have been volunteering to help people in their community. Whether dropping off food shopping, picking up prescriptions, giving a friendly call to people living alone, or helping at a local food bank,...
UPDATE: Oxfam shops to reopen from 15 June

UPDATE: Oxfam shops to reopen from 15 June

When will shops be reopening? We are reopening our high street shops in phases and now have more than 500 shops open across England, Scotland and Wales, with more planned to re-open in the coming weeks. You can see a list of the shops that are reopening here. There...