- Ask President Obama to make the Arms Trade Treaty bulletproof!
- The irresponsible arms trade fuels serious human rights abuses, armed violence, poverty, and conflict around the world. In many areas of the world, armed conflict and poverty go hand-in-hand. Tell President Obama and his negotiating team you want a robust arms trade treaty that puts human rights first.
- Support effective, efficient aid programs – they save lives.
- Right now, forty percent of the world’s population – more than 2.5 billion people – live in poverty, struggling to survive on less than $2 per day. The persistence of global poverty poses a challenge to the security, prosperity and values of the United States. Cuts to the world's most vulnerable communities have real impacts. Tell Congress we won't stand by while they make cuts that will cost lives.
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- Public Health at Risk
- Will US trade policy undermine global access to affordable medicines?
- Impact of the US-Colombia FTA on the small farm economy in Colombia
- Empty promises
- What happened to 'development' in the WTO's Doha Round?
- Ending the R&D Crisis in Public Health
- Square pegs in round holes
- How the Farm Bill squanders chances for a pro-development trade deal
- Investing for Life
- Meeting poor people's needs for access to medicines through responsible business practices
- Shut Out
- How US farm programs fail minority farmers
- Impacts of Reductions in US Cotton Subsidies on West African Cotton Producers
- All Costs, No Benefits
- How TRIPS-plus intellectual property rules in the US-Jordan FTA affect access to medicines
- Signing Away the Future
- How trade and investment agreements between rich and poor countries undermine development
- Pricing Farmers Out of Cotton
- The cost of World Bank reforms in Mali
- How Does the USDA Farm Bill Proposal Measure Up?
- Oxfam America Testimony on US Trade Agenda
- Seeking Common Grounds
- Oxfam's proposed reforms of the International Coffee Agreement
- Fairness in the Fields
- A vision for the 2007 Farm Bill
- Patents versus Patients
- Five years after the Doha Declaration
- Song of the Sirens
- Why the US–Andean FTAs undermine sustainable development and regional integration
- Grounds for Change
- Market volatility and declining terms of trade, along with inadequate access to infrastructure, financial resources, and market information, put sustainable livelihoods out of reach for millions of rural families.
- A Recipe for Disaster
- Will the Doha Round fail to deliver for development?
- Public Health at Risk
- A US Free Trade Agreement could threaten access to medicines in Thailand
- What happened in Hong Kong?
- Initial analysis of the WTO Ministerial, December 2005
- Fish Trade, Food, and Income Security
- An overview of the constraints and barriers faced by small-scale fishers, farmers, and traders in the Lower Mekong Basin
- Blood on the Floor
- How the rich countries have squeezed development out of the WTO Doha negotiations
- Truth or Consequences
- Why the EU and the US must reform their subsidies or pay the price
- Africa and the Doha Round
- Fighting to keep development alive
- Congressional Testimony: The Implementation of DR-CAFTA
- The Coffee Crisis Continues
- The new Oxfam report assesses the current state of the coffee crisis and calls on the US government to help coffee farmers take full advantage of improved market conditions.
- Kicking Down the Door
- The new Oxfam report highlights the inequities in global trade policies and calls for meaningful attention to development issues in ongoing trade negotiations.
- A Raw Deal for Rice Under DR-CAFTA
- Finding the Moral Fiber
- In the briefing paper Finding the Moral Fiber: Why Reform Is Urgently Needed for a Fair Cotton Trade, Oxfam calls for a timetable for the elimination of all trade-distorting cotton subsidies.
- Like Machines in the Fields
- Workers without rights in American agriculture
- Investing in Destruction: Glamis Gold
- From Cancun to Miami
- The FTAA Threat to Development in the Hemisphere
- Mugged: Poverty in Your Coffee Cup
- In this report, Oxfam calls for the major players in the coffee industry to support a Coffee Rescue Plan to overcome the current crisis and create a more stable market.
- Cultivating Poverty
- The impact of US cotton subsidies on Africa
- Take Action: Global Food Crisis
- Already 854 million people on our planet suffer from hunger. Now, as food prices climb high and fast, conditions are becoming worse and threatening the well-being of millions more people.
Rich countries fall short of promise, but must now contend with worldwide community demanding fairer trade.
Oxfam America invests in eco-friendly coffee processing, and helps farmers grow a world-class crop.
Market factors cut coffee farmers out of their fair share of profit for a commodity that's worth an estimated $80 billion a year in retail sales.
Oxfam America collaborated with the Community Agroecology Network (CAN) to publish the "Field Study Handbook: Guide to Internships in Coffee-Producing Communities."
After long period of negotiations, a successful conclusion.
In second meeting in three months, two sides discuss how to implement Ethiopia's control of its coffee brands.
In Addis Ababa, both sides discuss how Ethiopian farmers can gain more control over their coffee names, and get a bigger share of the profits.