The Human Cost of Small Arms
Research Report | Jul 01, 2001
The Right to Survive
Research Report | Apr 21, 2009
The humanitarian challenge for the twenty-first century
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.
The White Oak Recommendations on Effective Global Development in the US National Interest
Research Report | May 07, 2009
The World is Still Waiting
Briefing Note | Jun 05, 2007
Broken G8 promises are costing millions of lives
Transparency Begins at Home
Briefing Paper | Jun 15, 2006
An assessment of United States revenue transparency and extractive industries transparency initiative requirements
Truth or Consequences
Briefing Paper | Nov 30, 2005
Why the EU and the US must reform their subsidies or pay the price
Tsunami Fund end of program report
Research Report | Dec 22, 2008
Oxfam's final report on its four-year response to the tsunami disaster of December 2004.
Turning Carbon into Gold
Briefing Paper | Dec 02, 2008
How the international community can finance climate change adaptation without breaking the bank
Understanding the Effect of the Tsunami and its Aftermath on Vulnerability to HIV in Coastal India
Research Report | Mar 01, 2007
A tsunami research journal article
Up In Arms: Controlling The International Trade In Small Arms
Research Report | Jul 01, 2001
Up in Smoke? Asia and the Pacific
Research Report | Nov 15, 2007
The fifth report from the Working Group on Climate Change and Development.
Cuba: Weathering the Storm
Research Report | Apr 26, 2004
Lessons in risk reduction
What Happened at the G20?
Briefing Note | Apr 06, 2009
Initial analysis of the London summit
What happened in Hong Kong?
Briefing Paper | Dec 21, 2005
Initial analysis of the WTO Ministerial, December 2005
Saving Money and Lives: The Human Side of U.S. Food Aid Reform
Briefing Paper | Mar 29, 2012
A joint report from Oxfam America and American Jewish World Service shows that more than 17 million people could receive life-saving food aid at no additional cost to US taxpayers if Congress cuts red-tape in the US Farm Bill.
Memo to the President: Key Recommendations to the Next Afghan Government
Briefing Paper | Oct 15, 2009
Aid agencies working in Afghanistan say Afghanistan’s next government must improve the lives of ordinary Afghans by devoting greater resources to building up to 6,000 new schools, training upwards of 5,000 new midwives, and professionalizing the police force.
A Portrait of Louisiana
Research Report | Sep 17, 2009
Louisiana Human Development Report 2009
Ownership in practice: The key to smart development
Research Report | Sep 21, 2009
Countries should provide foreign aid in ways that strengthen the voice of poor people and the responsiveness of the state.
Missing pieces? Assessing the impact of humanitarian reform in Pakistan
Briefing Paper | Oct 01, 2009