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Blog: Gender Equality: Because It’s 2015!

Nisha Agrawal, Oxfam India’s CEO explains how an inclusive struggle to challenge and change social norms is our hope for gender equality.

Photo: Arpit. Credit: Atul Loke/Oxfam

Blog: A Champion of Change for Ending Violence Against Women and Girls

Arpit was exposed to violence and gender inequality from a young age. Through Oxfam's Creating Spaces project, he now has seen how he could help change how his father treated his mother.

Oxfam India believes in the ‘Right to Life with Dignity for All’.

Blog: Violence as an effective mode of “Indian” communication

As a society that sanctions, legitimizes, and even applauds violence, how can India look selectively at just one manifestation? 

Women signing the Haq Banta Hai petition in Delhi. Credit: Oxfam India

Blog: India's historic Right to Education act: Why everyone should support Haq Banta Hai

Thanks to India's historic Right to Education Act in 2009, today 199 million children are in school and studying. However, 6 million children between 6 and 13 years are still out of school. To make education a reality of every child in India, Oxfam India and its partners are calling on civil society groups and individuals to join the 'Haq Banta Hai' campaign. Nearly 200,000 people have taken action - will you?

Indian women tilling the earth. Photo: Oxfam

Blog: Why ending poverty in India means tackling rural poverty and power

More than 800 million of India’s 1.25 billion people live in the countryside. One quarter of rural India’s population is below the official poverty line – 216 million people. Vanita Suneja, Oxfam India’s Economic Justice Lead, argues that India can’t progress until it tackles rural poverty.

Inequality townhall in India: Ideas on creating equal opportunities

Blog: Inequality townhall in India: Ideas on creating equal opportunities

Recently, government representatives and civil society participants from across the globe came together in New York for the exciting ‘Social Good Summit #2030NOW’ to discuss how technology can improve lives for all of us and find new ways and solutions to end poverty. Reducing poverty is as much a challenge as bridging the growing divide between the rich and the poor.

Closing the Gap on Gender: Is India up for the challenge?

Blog: Closing the Gap on Gender: Is India up for the challenge?

By Julie Thekkudan, Gender Justice – Lead Specialist, Oxfam India

What do the Uttrakhand floods tell us about India’s development model?

Blog: What do the Uttrakhand floods tell us about India’s development model?

Vanita Suneja, Oxfam India’s Economic Justice Lead, looks at the underlying causes of the devastating floods in Uttrakhand.

Back-breaking work: tea picking in Mulanje, Southern Malawi. Photo: Abbie Trayler-Smith

Blog: Behind the world’s favorite brew: a living wage for tea pickers

The tragic collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh has put a spotlight on the poor pay and working conditions endured by millions of people who make our clothes or grow our food.

Recolectando té en Mulanje, sur de Malawi. Foto: Abbie Trayler-Smith

Blog: Té con sabor amargo. La lucha por un salario digno para los recolectores y recolectoras.

El trágico derrumbe de una fábrica textil en Bangladesh ha puesto en el ojo de mira las deplorables condiciones laborales y salariales de los millones de personas que fabrican nuestra ropa o cultivan los alimentos que comemos. 

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