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Date: Mar 2017

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A woman carries 25 liters of water on her back, Kashusha village, Kabare Territory, DRC

Gender justice online: Changing ourselves, our organisations and our world

Oxfam has teamed up with Disaster Ready to provide a new online course on how Gender Justice impacts development and humanitarian work. Jemma Stringer introduces why a course such as this is so important...

A garment factory in Vietnam where men and women work 12 hour days, 6 days for $1 an hour producing some of the world’s biggest fashion brands.  (Credit EleanorFarmer /Oxfam)

Three ways to change the economy to make it work for women

Women's economic empowerment is an issue that is gaining an increased amount of attention, yet it still seems to be an increasingly distant goal. Here Francesca Rhodes looks at three key changes...