Economic well-being

The rights of the world’s poorest people are being violated by trade policies, lack of transparency, and limited access to financial services. We believe earning a living and other markers of economic health are more than evidence of well-being, they are rights.

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Workplace raids stoke the climate of fear. And that’s the point.

When hundreds of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents swooped down on seven poultry processing plants in central Mississippi on Wednesday, it sent up clouds of “smoke and noise," according to Oxfam’s Joi Owens—leaving those behind scrambling to cope and find the truth. The future for many looks grim.

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Living in limbo

As the decision to renew Temporary Protected Status looms, Syrians on TPS share what it’s like to live in a constant state of uncertainty.

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Extending a beacon of hope to all who seek refuge

Liberty for whom? In honor of Independence Day, we brought together a diverse group of refugees, Temporary Protected Status holders, asylum seekers, and immigrants to recite “The New Colossus,” the poem at the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty.

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Peanut butter that saves lives

A program in Malawi tackles malnutrition through healthy eating education and protein-powered cooperatives.

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