On International Women Human Rights Defenders Day, the international community must support women on the frontline who are being threatened, attacked and murdered for standing up for human rights.
The violence that women and girls face is not inevitable. Nor will it naturally disappear. We must act! Not another girl or woman should have to suffer.
We live in a society that accepts violence against women as normal and also accepts that men act in certain ways in order to command respect and to maintain a status quo and power.
COP22 was a defiant call to action from developing countries in the wake of the US election result, while rich countries continued to neglect the need for new funds to support those most vulnerable to climate change.
Oxfam's Advocacy Manager in the Central African Republic, Isidore Ngueuleu looks at the hopes and fears of those most affected by the latest international donor conference for Central African Republic.
Challenging gender inequality in economic decision making is one of the most powerful ways to change who benefits the most from the economy.
Let’s just get this over with: famine grabs your attention. Unfortunately for aid organizations, it’s difficult to convey the extreme hunger that just falls short of famine.
As we visit the families living in the most affected areas in Haiti, the destruction left by hurricane Matthew is more evident, as well as the urgent humanitarian needs of those affected. Destroyed schools and homes reduced to rubble have left thousands of families with absolutely nothing. You can help.
We could be anywhere in the world, but this normal, everyday, life is extraordinary for what it has overcome - under blockade in Gaza.
Across Iraq, we estimate there are now about 3.4 million displaced people - half of them children and many forced to move on several times - and their ranks are about to swell: fighting in Mosul co