Oxfam is seeking submissions from Rohingya artists that relate to the theme “Rohingya Realities; Rohingya Futures.”
A Case Study of ARB Cooperatives’ Farm Rehabilitation Loan in Compostela, Valley
A Case Study of ARB Cooperatives’ Farm Rehabilitation Loan in Compostela, Valley
Human Rights and Labor Violations in Banana Production in the Philippines
The banana producing regions of Philippines have suffered various human rights violations since the 1970s. This study reports the local situations that are newly revealed in December 2018, and investigates the responsibility of financial institutions involved in creating and perpetuating the...
Oxfam in Asia - Fair Finance Asia
We work towards building an enabling environment for sustainable finance policies and actions to ensure that financial institutions in Asia and those investing in Asia respect the environmental and social well-being of Asian communities.
Oxfam - ASEAN - A Better Normal for Businesses in and beyond COVID19
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) is significantly negative from both the economic and social perspectives. The ASEAN and its member-states are encouraged to continue allocating resources and take policy actions to support MSMEs.
This collation of nine profiles of women leaders in the form of pictures with short narratives highlights the added value of women’s leadership roles, their involvement in decision-making processes, along with their stories of struggle, of overcoming and success.
Breaking Through Her Challenges
Oxfam's Mekong Water Governance Program is highly committed to create an enabling environment for women’s participation and leadership in water sector.
12,000 people per day could die from Covid-19 linked hunger by end of year, potentially more than the disease, warns Oxfam.
As many as 12,000 people could die per day by the end of the year as a result of hunger linked to COVID-19, potentially more than could die from the disease.
Better Tax Policy Needed for Sustainable and Fair Progress Beyond Covid-19 - Joint Report
With ASEAN suffering from unprecedented economic inequality, the region as a collective has struggled to invest sufficiently in public goods due to a lack of tax revenue
Towards Sustainable Tax Policies in ASEAN
It is high time for all ASEAN member states to agree upon common minimum standards for corporate tax incentives in the region to prevent harmful tax practices that drain essential public revenue and create unnecessary competition among members.


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