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Oxfam Vinyl Players: Loyle Carner | Oxfam GB
Loyle Carner went to his local Oxfam shop to hunt through the vinyl. See what he turned up there. Find your nearest Oxfam music seller here http://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/local-shops or rummage through the vinyl on our online shop: http://po.st/oxfamvinyl And if you love new vinyl The Glastonbury Festival 2016 live album is now available on vinyl in limited numbers. Get in touch with your local record store to check for stock: http://recordstoreday.co.uk/participating-stores/
Views: 17812 Oxfam GB
Don't Drop The Ball On Aid
This summer, with the World Cup on in South Africa, Oxfam wants to turn football into something truly world changing. Give us your keepy-uppies and we'll make sure that world leaders hear the message, "Don't Drop The Ball On Aid. Thanks to Oxford United, John Whetton and the European Commission (http://ec.europa.eu/unitedkingdom/) for making this video happen. Also, thanks to Basement Jaxx for permission to use the song 'Do Your Thing'.
Views: 37868 Oxfam GB
Oxfam Vinyl Players: Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre  | Oxfam GB
Anton Newcombe from The Brian Jonestown Massacre popped into an Oxfam shop and takes us thorugh his favourite vinyl discoveries From classics to collectables, rummage through the vinyl on our online shop: http://po.st/oxfamvinyl
Views: 15538 Oxfam GB
Oxfam Unwrapped TV advert out-takes
A sneak peek behind the scenes at Helena Bonham Carter and Rob Brydon as they shoot the Oxfam Unwrapped Winter TV advert. And if you like this, why not become a fan of Oxfam on Facebook too - http://www.facebook.com/business/dashboard/?ref=sb#/pages/Oxfam-GB/7214031395
Views: 28781 Oxfam GB
In My Place: Oxfam, Coldplay and you fight land grabs
Big land deals are putting people and their possessions out of place, forcing them from the place they call home. To send a global message about this injustice, thousands of you, including actor Dominic Cooper, band Wolf Gang and singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran, sent Oxfam photos and videos of ordinary things out of place, echoing the displacement of land grabs. And Coldplay's music video director, Mat Whitecross, put them to an exclusive version of their song, In My Place. Oxfam now needs you to raise your voices in support of change. Take action at http://oxf.am/inmyplacefilm This acoustic version of In My Place is from a performance recorded at Absolute Radio's studios in One Golden Square in 2002. Courtesy of Absolute Radio.
Views: 78521 Oxfam GB
Mali Music Unplugged  - Damon Albarn and Afel Bocoum
Sign the petition here: http://www.sahel2012.org In conjunction with Oxfam, Malian musician Afel Bocoum was joined in Mali by Damon Albarn for a special performance from the album Mali Music. Available on YouTube are two recordings of Mali Music Unplugged. The classic Mali Music track "Bamako City" and a completely new track "Bamako". Plus Afel Bocoum himself explains the issues facing his homeland and neighboring countries. 18 million people urgently need food and water in the drought-struck Sahel region including Mali.Together at http://www.sahel2012.org we are demanding world leaders act now to provide food and water and invest in long-term solutions to ensure this never happens again. Add your voice here: http://www.sahel2012.org You can buy the original Mali Music album here: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/mali-music/id212408508
Views: 51242 Oxfam GB
Animated guide to land grabs
This great little animation explains how families are being unfairly evicted from their land and left with no way to grow food or earn a living as a result of big land deals in poor countries.
Views: 19867 Oxfam GB
Robin Hood Tax
Oxfam is supporting the Robin Hood Tax campaign as part of a coalition of over 50 charities. Watch Bill Nighy explain this 'sweet, little idea.' Robin Hood Tax is a tiny tax on bankers that would raise billions to tackle poverty and climate change, at home and abroad. If governments took a tiny tax of 0.05% from international bankers transactions, it could generate hundreds of billions of pounds every year that could stop cuts in crucial public services at home in UK, and help fight global poverty and climate change. www.oxfam.org.uk/robinhoodtax
Views: 13828 Oxfam GB
Oxfam water project sends ripples through Zimbabwean community
Zimbabwe: Ipaishe's life has been transformed since her village began building an irrigation system with Oxfam: "I got my own plot of land where i can grow enough food to eat, pay bills, and even help my whole extended family. It has just been a dream and i thank Oxfam forever." Support the far-reaching effects of Oxfam projects at http://www.oxfam.org.uk/donate/lift-lives-for-good
Views: 10274 Oxfam GB
The rich and the rest: #EvenItUp
Extreme inequality is not accidental or inevitable - it’s the result of deliberate policy choices by people in power. Together we must even it up and stop inequality from undermining our fight against poverty. Join our campaign now to reduce the gap between the rich and the rest: http://www.oxfam.org.uk/even-it-up
Views: 10109 Oxfam GB
STAND AS ONE - Margot Robbie
The ‘I Hear You’ project is video series that highlights the real life, word-for-word stories of refugees from around the world. These are the words of a law student fleeing danger. Margot Robbie speaks them in hopes that you might hear her. Find out more about about the refugee crisis and our work at http://www.oxfam.org.uk/refugees
Views: 4711 Oxfam GB
A beginner's guide to land grabs
Big land deals are tearing whole communities apart, leaving people hungry and homeless. It's big business at a big cost. But the World Bank has the power to be a force for good. With your assistance, it can help protect the rights of the world's poorest people. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/land
Views: 7778 Oxfam GB
What did Alexa Chung find out in Malawi? | Oxfam GB
What did Alexa Chung find out in Malawi? Alexa Chung travelled to Malawi in 2014 to see Oxfam's work on gender inequality and empowerment. Alex first met Elizabeth who makes a living cooking and selling doughnuts: "a few years ago she found the courage to leave her abusive husband". Find out more about Oxfam's work on gender inequality here: http://www.oxfam.org.uk/inside-oxfam/celebrating-amazing-women?cid=rdt_amazingwomen Here's a link about Malawi: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-13864367
Views: 3426 Oxfam GB
Hairy Biker Dave Myers sees how Oxfam and pink phones help lift lives in Cambodia
Hairy Biker Dave Myers visited Oxfam projects in Cambodia. Here he sees how a pink mobile phone helps rural businesswomen get better prices for their produce, giving them an increased income and lifting their lives for good.
Views: 33064 Oxfam GB
Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery meets Syrian refugees in Jordan
Michelle Dockery has pledged her support for 12 Days of Giving -- Oxfam's 12-day-long appeal to raise £1 million to help Syrian refugees. Take part too at http://www.oxfam.org.uk/syria
Views: 7455 Oxfam GB
80 billionaires on 2 buses #EvenItUp #thingscanchange | Oxfam GB
Join Oxfam's Even it Up campaign www.oxfam.org.uk/even and fight inequality. Michael Winterbottom and Russell Brand have made a documentary about inequality and here's a short behind the scene film about it. Like a lot of people, Michael and Russel were very struck when Oxfam came up with the figure that 80 of the richest people have as much money as half of then entire population and it inspired The Emperor's New Clothes. Michael went to Mukuru (Nairobi) to show how grotesque this figure is. He did that by asking 80 local activists to become the 80 billionaires for the day. They all got on 2 buses that travelled through Mukuru. What do you make of Russell and Michael's film? Here's a link to the full trailer https://youtu.be/U4Geq8dM13k You can book tickets here: http://scnl.co/TENCBookNow Here's Russell Brand's channel https://www.youtube.com/user/russellbrand
Views: 13470 Oxfam GB
Meet the inequality fighters - Jane from Kenya
8 billionaires own the same wealth as the poorest 3.6 billion people. The super-rich have done very well out of an economic system that favors the few and leaves too many others behind. It doesn’t have to be this way. People like Jane live with the realities of inequality everyday. Jane is campaigning to fight inequality. Join her to demand an economy that works for everyone, not just the few. https://www.oxfam.org.uk/evenitup Mother of two, Jane, lives and works in Kawangware area of Nairobi, Kenya. Jane works as a trader, selling handicrafts she has made. In her spare time she trains other women on their basic rights and skills for running small businesses. The women’s group, called the Shining Mothers, uses their collective voice to demand that local authorities better protect and support their small businesses. The Shining Mothers are doing their bit to demand an economy that works for everyone, not just the few.
Views: 43473 Oxfam GB
Keya's story: climate change in Bangladesh
This is 11-year-old Keya's story. She's already experiencing the effects of climate change on her river island in Bangladesh. During the last flood, Keya's family spent over one month living on a raised platform the size of a double bed, whilst their home was under feet of water. Find out more and get involved: www.oxfam.org.uk/hereandnow
Views: 15960 Oxfam GB
Meet the inequality fighters - Thailla from Brazil
8 billionaires own the same wealth as the poorest 3.6 billion people. The super-rich have done very well out of an economic system that favors the few and leaves too many others behind. It doesn’t have to be this way. People like Thailla live with the realities of inequality everyday. Thailla is campaigning to fight inequality. Join Thailla to demand an economy that works for everyone, not just the few. https://www.oxfam.org.uk/evenitup Thailla is a young member of the student activist movement in Sapopemba, a poor neighbourhood in Sao Paulo’s east side. Back in 2015, she was in her senior year at high school and took part in sit-ins to resist the state government’s plan to close 94 schools in the state of São Paulo and to send pupils to overcrowded schools far from home, including Thailla’s school. Thanks to the mobilization, the changes were halted. Since the protests in 2015, the Brazilian federal government has approved a 20 year freeze on public spending, including education. This freeze risks increasing inequality and the educational divide in Brazil. Thailla, her fellow student activists and Oxfam Brasil will continue their campaigning to fight inequality in Brazil in 2017.
Views: 41431 Oxfam GB
Oxfam and a rice-growing revolution in Liberia
One good thing is leading to another as Oxfam helps Liberian farmers like Susanna Edwards reclaim swamp land to grow rice. "When they empower you, you begin to work. You grow a lot of food. Through the food you get money. Which means the children can go to school. It's great." Help set more stories like this in motion at http://www.oxfam.org.uk/donate
Views: 13410 Oxfam GB
Share this film and then demand that governments act to stop tax dodging at http://po.st/hTtgSv When companies don’t pay their fair share of tax, developing countries are deprived of funds needed for vital services like hospitals – it’s estimated that each year poor countries lose out on $100bn in tax revenue. It’s the world’s poorest people who suffer the most.
Views: 40740 Oxfam GB
What has aid ever done for anyone?
UK aid has saved and changed millions of lives – it’s an act of Britain at its best. But Britain isn’t about just giving help because it’s in our interests. We’re bigger than that. We get kids to school, save lives and help families thrive – because we care, because we can, because it’s right. A #BiggerBritain is there for people when they need us. With thanks to Python (Monty) Productions.
Views: 2087 Oxfam GB
The Green Granny does Four-a-Week
http://www.oxfam.org.uk/goodideas: Oxfam's "Green Granny" is back with new tips and ideas for living better and saving money. This video introduces the idea of 4-a-week which involves buying more fairtrade, wasting less, buying less meat products and buying more from developing countries. GET INVOLVED Worried about climate change? Confused about how your weekly supermarket shop impacts upon the environment? You need a personal shopper. No we're not talking about Gok Wan. We've launched our 4-a-week personal shopper guide. Stick it in your handbag, your manbag, we don't mind. Just make sure it's to hand next time you go shopping. Believe it or not, the small changes you make at the till, can have a real impact on climate change. So here's our 4-a-week, shelf-aware shopping list... BUY ONE MORE FAIRTRADE PRODUCT Flowers, Hot Chocolate, Cotton, Teas, Honey, Biscuits, Beer, Wine, that's a list as long as your arm. Fairtrade isnt just about coffee and bananas these days. By buying a Fairtrade product you're guaranteeing producers a good price and working conditions. Don't forget Fairtrade Fortnight, it launches this Sunday and runs until the 8th March. To see how you can get involved with this years campaign go to www.fairtrade.org.uk THROW ONE LESS THING AWAY Don't B.O.G.O.F, yes you heard us right. Did you know that as a nation we throw away over 20million tonnes of good food a year. Next time you go shopping, think before you buy. Are you really going to eat all that? Leftovers from last nights dinner? Try some of these recipes from lovefoodhatewaste.com BUY ONE MORE THING FROM A DEVELOPING COUNTRY We know what you're thinking, what about all those air miles? But, buying something with the lowest environmental impact doesn't necessarily mean buying local - emissions from transporting food make only around 12 percent of the total.. The people who are being hit hardest by climate change are also the people who depend on us most. Over 1.5 million poor farmers in Africa depend on the UK market to earn a living. So check the label next time you're buying things like rice or beans. BUY ONE LESS MEAT OR DIARY PRODUCT Here's a trivia question for you, What generates more harmful emissions? Is it A) Cows or B) All the transport on the entire planet? Shock, horror. The answer is actually A. Those cows are gassy beings, emitting large amounts of methane, which is 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide. We're not asking you to give up steaks completely, just try switching to something else once a week. You could start by ditching the beef lasagne and opting for a veggie one. And if you like this, why not become a fan of Oxfam on Facebook too - http://www.facebook.com/business/dashboard/?ref=sb#/pages/Oxfam-GB/7214031395
Views: 19260 Oxfam GB
Harry Hill Gives A Shift | Oxfam GB
You never know what you'll find in an Oxfam shop! Harry Hill visited one of our shops in London to give a shift, and helped out by volunteering his time. Join Harry and volunteer in your local Oxfam shop: www.oxfam.org.uk/shopvolunteer Oxfam shops play a vital role in the fight against poverty, raising funds to save and change lives all over the world. This is only possible because of people like you. Become an Oxfam Shop volunteer and - as well as fighting poverty - you'll learn new skills, build your CV, and join a friendly team of people at the heart of your community. You can volunteer for as little as four hours a week, too.
Views: 1676 Oxfam GB
The broken food system in India (full version)
The global food system is broken. Almost one billion people go to bed hungry each night. It's not because there isn't enough food but because climate change, land and water scarcity, food price spikes and lack of investment in small scale agriculture means that it doesn't get to those who need it most. We travelled to India, where a quarter of the world's hungry live, to see first hand how people are being affected and some of the solutions they're trying which could help fix the system. Watch the full film at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKoxs-f5_4E Find out more about the System's bust at http://www.oxfam.org.uk/system
Views: 3579 Oxfam GB
Lift lives for good with Oxfam | Oxfam GB
When you lift one person, you give them the power they need to lift others. It's the start of a chain reaction that could lift an entire community - now and for good. Find out how you can start lifting lives for good at http://www.oxfam.org.uk/donate/lift-lives-for-good
Views: 26297 Oxfam GB
From Poverty to Power - Promotional Video
It is in all our power to change the world for the better. If only someone would explain how change works and how you can make a difference. That's where 'From Poverty to Power', Oxfam's most important book in a decade, comes in. Find out more http://www.oxfam.org.uk/resources/fp2p/ And if you like this, why not become a fan of Oxfam on Facebook too - http://www.facebook.com/business/dashboard/?ref=sb#/pages/Oxfam-GB/7214031395
Views: 12159 Oxfam GB
Oxfam Stewarding - why are you here? | Oxfam GB
People have lots of different reasons for volunteering to steward with Oxfam and this film explores a few of them. Why not get involved this year – apply online at http://www.oxfam.org.uk/stewarding Many thanks to Keston Cobblers Club for the music on this video
Views: 3545 Oxfam GB
Can your team take on Trailwalker?
Take on the ultimate team endurance challenge in 2018 and help end poverty with every step. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/trailwalker
Views: 1830 Oxfam GB
When Disaster Hits
When disaster hits, with the right help, people can find the strength to come back even stronger than before. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/what-we-do/emergency-response
Views: 3028 Oxfam GB
Duncan Green introduces Oxfam's book, From Poverty to Po
From Poverty to Power is essential reading for anyone involved in change processes around the world. A new take on development for the 21st century, Oxfam International's new book provides critical insights into the massive human and economic costs of inequality and poverty and proposes realistic solutions. Duncan Green, Oxfam GB's head of research, and the author of From Poverty to Power, introduces the book.
Views: 4351 Oxfam GB
How to lose a friend in 3 minutes
Inequality is growing. And it's affecting us all. We think it's time to Even it Up. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/evenitup Footage credits: Al Jazeera, CBC Radio Canada, Acronym TV, France 24, ATB Red Nacional, PTV Philippines Music credit: http://www.freesfx.co.uk
Views: 10855 Oxfam GB
I need a dollar - lipdub by Brian from Mukuru #EvenItUp | Oxfam GB
No copyright infringement intended. This song by Aloe Blacc is used to make a point about inequality and provide Brian with a showreel. Here's a link to Aloe Blacc https://www.aloeblacc.com/ Brian lives in Mukuru, a place he describes as one of the 'biggest slums in Africa'. As we were talking to him about his aspirations, he said he wanted to become an actor. I asked him to think about a piece we could record, something that would get him noticed online. We both thought about it over night. When I suggested Aloe Blacc's I need a dollar, Brian thought it was the coolest thing. Brian also took part into a stunt for Russell Brand and Michael Winterbottom's film. He is one of the 80 people, wearing a mask. Have a look here https://youtu.be/77Zu5gC6a1c Please share with media in Nairobi and join our #EvenItUp campaign, there www.oxfam.org.uk/even
Views: 4666 Oxfam GB
Reactions to Oxfam's work against  #ebola | Oxfam GB
You know what it's like, you step in a changing room and you see a sign that says 'play me'... and you do. This film also ends with an amazing line. What do you think? This was mainly filmed in one of our Oxfam shops in Northampton https://twitter.com/oxfamnorthants Film made by Paul Driscoll from http://www.mandolinmedia.org/
Views: 4109 Oxfam GB
UK Poverty: Carol's story
Poverty in the UK? Carol, the manager of an advice centre in Oxford, explains what it means to her. Have your say: www.oxfam.org.uk/ukpovertypost
Views: 42610 Oxfam GB
Raising Her Voice
Have you ever felt like no one's listening to you? Do you think it's fair...? No Oxfam doesn't either. That's why Raising Her Voice http://www.oxfam.org.uk/raisinghervoice Oxfam's global programme of work to support women's political voice, participation and leadership has been changing this, so that for millions of women worldwide, when it comes to taking decisions, they have as much say as the next person. Watch our 87 second animation (by Cognitive, the creative geniuses behind the RSA Animate series) showing not only why it's a good thing for women to have an equal say in decision making, but that it really is possible. Share it: with your networks and friends Find out more: Visit http://www.oxfam.org.uk/raisinghervoice and http://raisinghervoice.ning.com Support Oxfam: and help us, and the women activists, organisations and movements worldwide with whom we work to continue raising women's voices. For millions more... and counting. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/donate
Views: 7614 Oxfam GB
Bamako City Live -  Mali Music Unplugged
Sign the petition here: http://www.sahel2012.org Bamako City - From the album Mali Music. This wonderful track is performed live from Mali. Recorded for Mali Music Unplugged - a special performance from the Sahel with Afel Bocoum and Damon Albarn. 18 million people urgently need food and water in West Africa's drought-struck Sahel region including Mali.Together we are demanding world leaders act now to provide food and water for the hard months ahead and invest in long-term solutions to ensure this never happens again. Add your voice here: http://www.sahel2012.org You can buy the original Mali Music album here: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/mali-music/id212408508 http://www.facebook.com/Damonalbarnofficial https://twitter.com/damonalbarn The copyright in this audiovisual recording is owned by Damon Albarn under exclusive licence to EMI Records Ltd
Views: 17422 Oxfam GB
How land grabs deepen poverty in Guatemala
This shocking film, from the Polochic Valley in Guatemala, captures in detail what happens when people have their land taken from them. Thank you to CIFCA who helped us make this video. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/land
Views: 5337 Oxfam GB
Trailwalker UK 2012 - Oxfam GB
Join Oxfam for Trailwalker UK 2012 - an epic 100-km walking event in the South Downs. Teams of four walk 100 kilometres in 30 hours - with the Gurkhas. Register now at www.oxfam.org.uk/trailwalker
Views: 12931 Oxfam GB
London land grab!
To find out more and take action on land grabs visit http://bit.ly/VOsyZZ In poor countries an area of land the size of London is sold to foreign investors every six days. Most of these land deals are unregulated and result in poor communities being evicted from their land at no notice and without compensation. Unscrupulous deals are pushing people into poverty and hunger. The World Bank funds many big land deals and also influences how land is bought and sold. So this means it has the power to stop land grabs. Special thanks to the people of Putney who helped us grab their town.
Views: 3040 Oxfam GB
London marathon advice: Psychological tips for running the marathon
Simon gives his top two tips on mentally preparing for the marathon.
Views: 2842 Oxfam GB
Keith Lemon and Gaby Roslin shop for clothes with Oxfam | Oxfam GB
Watch to see what Gaby Roslin and Keith Lemon #foundinOxfam when they visited our warehouse. By buying from Oxfam you can give clothes a second chance, while protecting the planet and raising money to help the poorest people around the world. https://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop
Views: 1398 Oxfam GB
Meet Ben – fashion blogger and Oxfam shop volunteer
Ben loves fashion and with that passion he spends Saturdays volunteering in his local Oxfam shop, gaining experience, making new friends – and supporting Oxfam's work to end poverty. Join Ben and sign up to volunteer today: http://www.oxfam.org.uk/shopvolunteer
Views: 10058 Oxfam GB
Volunteer at festivals with Oxfam
Oxfam's festival volunteers filmed at Glastonbury 2014. Oxfam volunteers were at 16 festivals and events this year as stewards, campaigners and shop teams, raising over £1 million for Oxfam's work lifting lives out of Poverty worldwide. Thousands of people took part in the festival campaign to Make a Song and Dance about Poverty, and you can download the final track for free here: www.oxfam.org.uk/song Applications to volunteer with Oxfam at festivals will open Spring 2015: www.oxfam.org.uk/festivals Soundtrack "Brighter" courtesy of Orchid-Star.
Views: 3049 Oxfam GB
No Accident: Resilience and the inequality of risk
We need a new approach to risk and poverty reduction. Major external risks, such as climate change and food price volatility, are increasing faster than attempts to reduce them. Many risks are dumped on poor people, and women face an overwhelming burden. In many places of recurrent crises, the response of governments and the international aid sector is not good enough. A new focus on building resilience offers real promise to allow the poorest women and men to thrive despite shocks, stresses, and uncertainty -- but only if risk is more equally shared globally and across societies. This will require a major shift in development work, which for too long has avoided dealing with risk. More fundamentally, it will require challenging the inequality that exposes poor people to far more risk than the rich. For more information, go to www.oxfam.org.uk/resilience
Views: 3125 Oxfam GB
Face the Music: climate change hits poor people first and worst
http://www.oxfam.org.uk/facethemusic Created by BAFTA award-winning animator Ian Gouldstone, Face the Music shows how poor people are being hit first and worst by the effects of climate change, even though they've contributed least to it. We can all do our bit by cutting our carbon footprints, but to fight climate change on a global scale, world leaders must act - and they must act now. Visit www.oxfam.org.uk/facethemusic to take action. And if you like this, why not become a fan of Oxfam on Facebook too - http://www.facebook.com/business/dashboard/?ref=sb#/pages/Oxfam-GB/7214031395
Views: 26180 Oxfam GB
How Kids Make Things Fair | Oxfam GB
How do children tackle inequality? What can they teach us all about fairness? Do you want to make a difference? Join the global movement against extreme inequality: http://evenitup.org
Views: 5259 Oxfam GB
Flashmob: Pregnant women breakdancing in London
http://www.oxfam.org.uk/grooveyourbump If you think this is dangerous, try giving birth in poor countries without a midwife, hospital or medicine. This flashmob is one of a series happening in Paris, Berlin, Utrecht and across Canada to highlight the scandal that millions of women in poor countries and around the world aren't getting the healthcare they need for a safe and healthy pregnancy. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/grooveyourbump (And just to put your minds a rest - the dancing expectant mums in this video aren't pregnant, they were professional dancers wearing pregnancy suits!) And if you like this, why not become a fan of Oxfam on Facebook too - http://www.facebook.com/business/dashboard/?ref=sb#/pages/Oxfam-GB/7214031395
Views: 1823706 Oxfam GB
Oxfam's work on food poverty in the UK
Oxfam believes that everybody in the UK should have enough to eat. With Unilever's support, we have been making sure that families don't go hungry. Our work with the Trussell Trust foodbank network has meant that around two million meals have been provided to families in crisis - families that otherwise have been forced to skip meals or choose whether to 'heat or eat' during the winter months. We also work with FareShare, to make sure that unwanted food goes to people that need it rather than being wasted. As well as supporting foodbanks, Oxfam is working to tackle the longer term problems that mean families need to rely on foodbanks - we're working towards a world where everybody can live their lives with dignity and free from poverty. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/clearaplate
Views: 2175 Oxfam GB
The rich and the rest: #EvenItUp
Extreme inequality is not accidental or inevitable - it’s the result of deliberate policy choices by people in power. Together we must even it up and stop inequality from undermining our fight against poverty. Join our campaign now to reduce the gap between the rich and the rest: http://www.oxfam.org.uk/even-it-up
Views: 10398 Oxfam GB