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More than a year into the pandemic, Oxfam has reached more than 14 million people with lifesaving assistance while advocating for better policies that can reduce the disproportionate impact of the crisis on essential workers, women, and people of color.
Oxfam is building on its work over the past year to help the poorest and most at-risk people survive the second wave of coronavirus in 2021.
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Baseline evaluation to determine community perceptions of their influence over fiscal governance and extractive industries.
In July 2021, 133 governments reached a high-level agreement on the taxation of multinational corporations, combining a redistribution of taxing rights to market countries (“Pillar 1”) with a global minimum tax (“Pillar 2”). How good is it for low and middle-income countries? And what should they do about it?
From wars to climate-related emergencies, paying attention to local voices, leadership, and solutions can be a matter of life and death.
The trials and trails of a development aid worker
Ideas and analysis from Oxfam America's policy experts