Resarch & publications
Research and publications
As people living in poverty face growing inequality, civil unrest, market volatility, and natural disasters driven by climate change, Oxfam remains steadfast in its commitment to lasting change.
Welcome to the first digital issue of CloseUp, our member magazine. Our hope is that this new format—which supports more photography, videos, and audio—will deepen and enrich your understanding of our world.
With a population of 7.4 million people, Papua New Guinea is enduring the consequences of one of the strongest climate phenomenons on record: water and food shortages for many.
Developing countries are producing trillions of dollars in oil and minerals each year, generating massive revenues that could help build schools, hospitals, and roads.
Accountability through Active Citizenship: Improving Petroleum Governance in Ghana, Mozambique and Tanzania Mid-Term Report
A mid-term evaluation of the NORAD program objectives
An agenda to give America’s working poor a raise
The six wealthiest nations host less than nine percent of the world’s refugees while poorer countries shoulder most of the responsibility. The world's richest countries can and should do much more to help the world’s most vulnerable people who have fled their homes because of violence and conflict.
Tools for activists
Oxfam's toolkit, “How to host an Oxfam America Hunger Banquet,” is the essential resource for your event. It includes a step-by-step planning guide, a suggested script, insider tips, and much more. We've updated the toolkit with new information for 2015, so make sure to get the latest version!
461 Economists call for urgent action against excessive speculation on food commodities
Oxfam launched Saving for Change in 2005. It’s an innovative community-based program that trains groups of mostly women in rural villages to save regularly, borrow from their group’s fund, and repay loans with interest.
Retrospective overview of indigenous movements in the Andean Region