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Unaccountable governance is an obstacle to development. How can we put the public back into public services?
Demand for sugar by the biggest food and beverage companies is driving human rights violations, loss of livelihoods, and hunger.
Health insurance schemes are leaving the poor behind, we're calling for universal health coverage to be financed through aid and tax reform.
29 Nov 2013
Humanitarian crises can affect women, men, girls and boys in radically different ways. To address...
These standards were originally developed for Oxfam staff to ensure a consistent approach to promoting...
In every humanitarian crisis, humanitarian agencies, donors, and governments should seek to prevent...
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