When customers speak, businesses listen. It’s an old adage in business that Oxfam and its supporters tested to see if this would be true on issues of sustainability and human rights.
It’s the power to affect the lives of the poor people—not always for the better—that makes it essential for Oxfam to engage with the private sector.
Coke’s influence could make the difference in land grab cases in Cambodia and Brazil.
The biggest brand commits to zero tolerance for land grabbing.
(Or… The business case for respecting land rights in the developing world)
Oxfam says access to land is not only vital to small farmers’ livelihoods, but to the peace process and rule of law.
Beverage companies’ responses to Behind the Brands differ from what Oxfam knows.
A Q&A on why Oxfam is calling for zero tolerance of global land grabs by food and beverage companies.
New Oxfam report urges Colombian government to close "land rush" loopholes.