Around the world, mining interests are robbing rural communities of their health, well-being, and rights; in a town in Guatemala, they robbed a teenage activist of her life.
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The UN Human Rights Office just released a groundbreaking report on the state of play of “remedy” in development finance. The bottom line? Development finance institutions can and must do better to center the rights of people in their investments and facilitate the right to remedy.
Cyclones in Asia and hurricanes in Central America hit areas already struggling with climate change and COVID-19.
Your reminder during the COVID-19 outbreak: Soap and water are—hands down—the most effective way to prevent the spread of disease
As we prepare to weather this pandemic, we need to consider the vulnerabilities of women and low-wage workers, and those most at risk in poor countries. A letter from Oxfam America President and CEO Abby Maxman.
Oxfam America staffer Vania Loredo on what the next US president must know about life within a broken immigration system