The Politics of Poverty

Ideas and analysis from Oxfam America's policy experts

A battery-powered flashlight is rigged to provide electricity to a single lightbulb in a house in the village of Janack in Gambia's Western Region, Monday, May 14, 2007. Photo: Oxfam America/Rebecca Blackwell Featured

Speaking truth to power in energy for all

A new report launched this week by ODI and Oxfam tries to clarify some of the critical issues and refocus the discussion squarely on the needs of the energy poor.

Image from Oxfam's YouTube video on Stop and Consult.  You can watch the full video here: Active citizens & accountable states

STOP and Consult!

How credible is Hun Sen’s and Sam Rainsy’s new “culture of dialogue” when Cambodian citizens don’t have a say in laws affecting their lives?

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