G20 Brisbane

Oxfam's Big Heads in Brisbane, for the G20 Summit, in November 2014. Photo: Jason Malouin/Oxfam

Blog: A verdict on the G20: Some progress on inequality, little new on Ebola

By Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director, Oxfam International - Last week I travelled to Brisbane, Australia to take the voice of poor people to the powerful – the summit of the leaders of the Group of 20 most powerful economies. 

Oxfam call for World Tax Summit

Blog: G20 Brisbane verdict: Some good progress and some serious gaps

Hundreds of thousands of people have called for action from the G20 Summit in Brisbane, on issues including inequality, tax, ebola and climate change. And leaders have certainly heard the calls on them to act, but only some of the calls have been properly heeded.

Oxfam Australia's message to G20 World Leaders in Melbourne St South Brisbane. Photo: Ann Matson/OxfamAUS

Blog: G20 must act on the inequality and Ebola crises now

Remarkably more than half of the people in G20 countries, the economic powers of the world, live below the poverty line of $2US per day. Oxfam is here to push the G20 to do more, and to mean more, to the majority of the G20’s citizens.

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