General

This year for Mother's Day, think globally, and give your mom a gift that crosses boundaries and makes a lasting impact on the lives of people around our planet. Visit OxfamUnwrapped.ca for all the details.

Washington DC skyline

The problem with America First is that it is both based on false pretenses and morally shallow. 

8 men own the same wealth as the bottom half of the planet

Oxfam's Director of Policy and Campaigns, Lauren Ravon and Manager of Campaigns, Kelly Bowden, spoke with media outlets across the country about the current state of inequality.

8 men own the same wealth as 3.6 Billion people.

It seems that our report intrigued many Canadians and other global citizens. Below are the answers to our five most frequently asked questions related to our latest report titled An Economy for the 99...

To mark its 20th anniversary, artists from India to Nigeria revamped the Spice Girls’ world-famous Wannabe video. What they “really really want” this time around is an end to violence against women. That's what Julie says she really really wants too.

On April 19th 2016, The Ontario Equal Pay Coalition marks Equal Pay Day - the day when a typical woman's earnings have caught up to what a man made last year.

Successful business woman and activist for gender equality. Photo: Asana Abugre.Christian Aid / Sarah Filbey.

Those shifting and hiding their wealth are failing to pay back into the ‘care economy’ – the people who produce and reproduce the workforce of today and tomorrow.

Photo: Oxfam

Shame, victim-blaming and stigma are such common aspects of violence against women that many victims never go to the police. Photo: Oxfam

Our stats struck a nerve, now let’s hit back against inequality

Oxfam's latest inequality report and stats have prompted some lively debate in the run up to the World Economic Forum. Here Deborah Hardoon, Deputy Head of Research, explains how we came up with the stats and why we're confident about our findings. 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - General