Briefing papers & notes
Climate Wrongs and Human Rights
Briefing Paper | Sep 09, 2008
Putting people at the heart of climate-change policy
Square pegs in round holes
Briefing Note | Jul 22, 2008
How the Farm Bill squanders chances for a pro-development trade deal
Briefing Paper | Jun 13, 2008
Food, poverty, and climate change: an agenda for rich-country leaders
New Day New Way
Briefing Paper | Jun 10, 2008
The importance of supporting development and reducing poverty abroad are understood now as never before to be both moral imperatives and prerequisites for sustained US national security.
The Time is Now
Briefing Note | Jun 03, 2008
Global food prices are up 83 per cent compared with three years ago. Around the world, Oxfam International and many of its partners have seen soaring prices force people to eat less food or less nutritious food and drive poor households to cut back on health care, education, and other necessities. In this report, Oxfam lays out a plan for short and long-term responses to the crisis.
Getting results from our aid: Rethinking what we measure
Briefing Paper | May 26, 2008
"Foreign Assistance Reform in the Next Administration: Challenges and Solutions"
Briefing Paper | Apr 23, 2008
Briefing Paper | Apr 14, 2008
How climate change hurts poor communities—and how we can help
In Her Own Words
Briefing Paper | Mar 08, 2008
Iraqi women talk about their greatest concerns and challenges.
Briefing Paper | Feb 11, 2008
Oxfam's briefing paper on making aid work.