Keeping our commitments
Feature Story | Mar 23, 2006
Raymond C. Offenheiser, president of Oxfam America, describes what was at stake at the December '06 WTO meeting in Hong Kong.
Balancing culture, new law in Mozambique
Feature Story | Feb 24, 2006
Educating traditional leaders builds respect for women and their rights in the new Family Law.
Home is a shelter of straw and plastic
Feature Story | Feb 16, 2006
Omar Bukhari Ahmed, his two wives, and their nine children live in a makeshift shelter a few miles from their home in North Darfur while they wait for safety to return to the region.
Zimbabwe looks to new domestic violence law
Feature Story | Jan 16, 2006
Women's Coalition writes a progressive law and pushes it through Parliament.
Cambodian fishers work to protect floating villages
Feature Story | Jan 05, 2006
Oxfam partner trains community leaders to negotiate development on Tonle Sap Lake.
In a Chad camp, gluey porridge sustains the Aboubakars
Feature Story | Dec 28, 2005
Travelling through 24 countries, the authors of a book called 'Hungry Planet: What the World Eats' learn from the Aboubakars about the hardships in a Chad refugee camp.
Notes from the Big Show
Feature Story | Dec 12, 2005
Oxfam America's Gawain Kripke traveled to Hong Kong for the World Trade Organization's meeting in December.
Rodolfo Pocop: an indigenous perspective on mining in Guatemala
Feature Story | Sep 15, 2005
New economic realities in Central America reveal strong concerns about the future of Mayan culture.
Farmers in the US speak out
Feature Story | Aug 11, 2005
Farmers in the US and Central America had similar concerns about DR-CAFTA.