While the recent string of hurricanes hammered millions of people in the US, it struck the hardest blow on the most vulnerable. Oxfam helps raise the voices of these populations, and led a delegation of leaders from Houston and Louisiana to Capitol Hill to speak about the impact of Harvey.
How detecting and deterring “transfer mispricing” in Zambia’s billion dollar mining sector can boost government coffers in a time of fiscal crisis.
Oxfam’s Isra Chaker speaks out about the new iteration of President Trump’s travel ban, what it means, and what the human impact of the ban will be.
Newest tax cut proposal would rig tax rules even further.
Communities displaced from their land by oil, gas, and mining projects need more than financial compensation. Recent projects and studies in Tanzania show why.
Food insecurity is rising, but political will to fight it remains in question.
New research from Oxfam’s partners in Peru shows – yet again – how hard it can be for governments to protect the tax base over the life of a mining project (and hold mining companies accountable).
Oxfam launches the Future of Business Initiative today.
Thanks to Sen. Jeff Merkley, the Senate just took a key step to protect funding for international climate change diplomacy.