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Youth participants take part in participatory video training at the MRMV 2014 Annual Learning Event in The Hague. Credit: Aarati Sharma/Oxfam

Change will come: International Youth Day 2015

For International Youth Day 2015, youth activists involved in Oxfam's My Rights, My Voice (MRMV) programme explain how they've been campaigning to bring about change in access...

Youth campaigners at the National Assembly of CDC Facilitators in Kathmandu, Nepal. Credit: Middleway Communication/Oxfam

Empowering young people and improving maternal health in Nepal

In the lead-up to International Youth Day 2015, Alberto Sanz Martins, Oxfam's Translation Manager, and Audrey Lejeune, Programme Learning Adviser, explain why young people are a force to be reckoned...

The women who are part of the Gbarlin Women’s co-operative rest in the shade after harvesting peppers on their farm near Kbor town, Mamb Kaba district, Margibi county, Liberia. Credit: Andy Hall/Oxfam

The law of the land

For marginalised men, women and communities across the developing world the threat of land dispossession is all too real. Here Ross Clarke, Law and Justice Adviser, introduces the Community Land...

Women at home in Azerbaijan. Credit: David Levene /Oxfam

Violence against women in Azerbaijan: big challenge, weak policy

The establishment of laws to prevent violence against women is just one step towards tackling the problem. Here, Gunel Mehdiyeva, national gender programme officer for Azerbaijan, explains why the...

The 500 Men March, held during the 16 Days of Activism in November 2012. Credit: Oxfam in Zambia

I Care About Her: what I’ve learnt about messaging in women’s rights campaigning

How can we increase the impact of our women's rights programming, without compromising our message? Laurie Adams, Oxfam's women's rights director, reflects and looks at Oxfam Zambia's...

Women at the well in Toulomadio, Mali. Credit: Oxfam

Influencing in one of the poorest countries in the world

Mali is a country facing enormous challenges. In the midst of crises how do you begin to help people access basic services like education, healthcare and water? Fresh from a visit to Mali campaigns...

Women and men of Barillas, Guatemala, maintain a passive resistance and reject the construction of a hydroelectric dam. Credit: Giovany Ujpan Mendoza/ Oxfam

Risky investment and human rights abuses: ‘Does the World Bank think this is development?’

Oxfam is calling for the IFC, a branch of the World Bank, to stop investing in high-risk intermediary clients and projects. Here Kate Geary, our land rights policy lead, explains why. ...

Photo: Nune Avakyan heads an Oxfam-sponsored leadership training group. Credit: Oxfam in Armenia

Planting seeds of a brighter future: Gomk’s female agricultural co-op

Continuing our series of blogs for International Women's Day, Serouj Aprahamyan, a volunteer at Oxfam in Armenia, looks at how a women's agricultural co-op in Armenia is empowering women...

Activists dance at the SRC. (Credit: Oxfam in Zimbabwe)

Championing women's rights in Southern Africa

Regional gender lead, Chloe Safier, introduces a new set of Oxfam case studies about women's rights programming in Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. ...

AMAL programme, Azmour, Tunisia.

Empowering women to make their voices heard

In the first of a series of blogs that we are publishing for International Women's Day, Nay El Rahi and Imed Zouari from Oxfam Tunisia look at how a group of women factory workers responded...

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