Thousands struggle to put food on the table and afford such basics as windows and doors.
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.
Oxfam ranks states (and territories) on how they’re supporting working families and responding to residents’ needs during this pandemic.
During COVID-19, working in a poultry plant means putting your life at risk
Pharmaceutical and tech corporations are raking in dramatic pandemic profits, enriching wealthy, mostly white Americans. How much money are they making, and how could a tax on these excess profits help us get a vaccine and reduce inequality?
Oxfam joins Amazon shareholder meeting to #AsktheCEO Jeff Bezos to address human rights risks
It’s more important than ever to ensure that the most vulnerable people among us receive the health care, financial assistance, and humane treatment they deserve.