Busan in a nutshell
Briefing Note | Oct 02, 2012
What next for the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation?
Community Consent Index
Research Report | Sep 26, 2012
Oil, Gas and Mining Company Public Positions on Free, Prior, and Informed Consent (FPIC)
From Controversy to Consensus?
Research Report | Sep 24, 2012
Lessons learned from government and company consultations with indigenous organizations in Peru and Bolivia
Haiti Rice Value Chain Assessment
Research Report | Sep 24, 2012
Rapid diagnosis and implications for program design
R4 Rural Resilience Initiative
Research Report | Sep 12, 2012
Quarterly report | April – June 2012
Extreme Weather, Extreme Prices
Briefing Paper | Sep 05, 2012
Our failure to slash greenhouse gas emissions presents a future of greater food price volatility, with severe consequences for the precarious lives and livelihoods of people in poverty.
'We are prepared'
Oxfam Impact | Aug 29, 2012
In Peru’s biggest city, where earthquakes are a constant threat, Oxfam helps women and young people learn how to protect their families.
2012 Food Price Hikes Background Briefing
Briefing Paper | Aug 07, 2012
A background briefing on the implications of global food price hikes in 2012.
Food Crisis in the Horn of Africa Progress Report, July 2011 - July 2012
Research Report | Aug 06, 2012
Research Report | Aug 03, 2012
The world's largest grain traders and global agriculture
Haiti land rights, land tenure, and urban recovery
Research Report | Aug 01, 2012
More than two years after the earthquake in Haiti, hundreds of thousands of internally displaced persons (IDPs) remain in tents and informal settlements in the earthquake zone. The reasons for this vary, but land rights and land tenure are central.
The Food Transformation
Research Report | Jul 23, 2012
Harnessing consumer power to create a fair food future
Measuring Economic Progress and Well-Being
Research Report | Jul 19, 2012
How to move beyond GDP
Tackling the food deficit in the world's newest country
Briefing Paper | Jul 09, 2012
A year after South Sudan became the world's newest nation, half of its 9.7 million citizens are struggling to meet their basic food needs. Internal conflict, clashes with Sudan, poor harvests, and complex population movement have all contributed to the current crisis.
PREP Value Chain Climate Resilience
Research Report | Jul 06, 2012
A guide to managing climate impacts in companies and communities
Piecing it all together: Why the Arms Trade Treaty must regulate parts and components for weapons and military equipment
Briefing Paper | Jun 29, 2012
The Arms Trade Treaty provides a unique opportunity to regulate the specialized parts and components used in the arms trade.
Physical risks from climate change
Research Report | May 31, 2012
A guide for companies and investors on disclosure and management of climate impacts
Systems, power, and agency in market-based approaches to poverty
Research Report | May 24, 2012
A review of some shortcomings of Market-based approaches (MBAs) and the search for more holistic, systemic approaches.
Building a better life, one plant at a time
Oxfam Impact | May 21, 2012
Farmers using the System of Rice Intensification in Cambodia grow bigger, stronger plants that can better withstand flooding.
Briefing Paper | May 16, 2012
Opportunities and challenges facing US assistance for food security in Guatemala