Oxfam celebrates Glastonbury turning 50!

Oxfam celebrates Glastonbury turning 50!

Over the years, Oxfam and Glastonbury have grown together – inspired by a shared belief that change is always possible. Glastonbury reaches their big 5-0 this summer! And although the season has been turned upside down, we’re determined to celebrate the anniversary by...
Tell Boris Johnson to #SaveAid

Tell Boris Johnson to #SaveAid

Oxfam joins with other leading development agencies in expressing deep concern at the UK government’s plans to merge the Department for International Development (DFID) with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). Responding to the merger of the Department for...
Dads and domesticity – why men need support

Dads and domesticity – why men need support

Dads are struggling This Father’s Day will be like no other. Across the country and around the world, dads have found themselves locked down at home, often struggling to juggle work, child care and household tasks. According to analysis of recent polling carried...
Dear silent ally

Dear silent ally

Written by Sagal Ali, Oxfam Novib. Sagal Ali grew up in the UK and now works for Oxfam Novib in the Netherlands on the Work in Progress Project. These are her words As a typical millennial, the first I heard about the news of George Floyd’s death was on Instagram. As...
How Oxfam is changing as an organisation

How Oxfam is changing as an organisation

Our world is changing, and Oxfam must change too. With your support, we’re transforming how we work with people to overcome poverty and build a safer, fairer future for all of us. A future where, once we emerge from a devastating global pandemic, Oxfam can support a...