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Oxfam Ireland to take the lead as global charity looks to remove 'stain' of sex scandal
The charity is looking to rebuild its global reputation after the recent scandal.
Oxfam Ireland emails supporters, promises to 'rebuild trust' after UK staff's Haiti prostitution scandal
Oxfam Ireland confirmed that none of its staff were involved in the scandal.
Two leading charities, Oxfam Ireland and GOAL, enter into merger negotiations
If the merger goes ahead the new global development agency named Oxfam Goal will be based in Ireland
Former president Mary Robinson is very happy with the Pope
The pope says earth is beginning to look more like an “immense pile of filth”.
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The world's wealthy 'could be hiding €707 billion in Ireland'
Oxfam says we shouldn’t just focus on companies: the world’s wealthy could have billions stashed away here.
Oxfam warn of rising food prices if climate change not tackled
Oxfam Ireland chief executive Jim Clarken said that the price of wheat and maize could rise by 120 per cent and 177 per cent respectively if nothing is done.
Oxfam Ireland fears EU budget cuts will leave millions in poverty
The charity said that the €6.1 billion which is set to be cut could instead help lift 4.6 million people out of extreme poverty.
Cold weather makes life more difficult for Syrian refugees
Oxfam Ireland is warning that living conditions in refugee camps are worsening as a result of the cold weather.
Women pushed further into poverty as food prices continue to rise - Oxfam
The effects of climate change and rising food prices are having a disproportionate impact on women – who represent 70 percent of the world’s poor.
Interview: 'If you give people half the chance to make the right decision, they will'
Sharon Corr recently travelled to Tanzania to campaign for women’s rights with Oxfam. She tells how it made her feel optimistic again after years of cynicism.
6 countries where global food crisis is taking terrible toll
There has been an up to 50 per cent increase in the price of staple crops since June alone – these are just some places which are being hit the hardest.
Swap bolognaise beef for beans to help the world's poor, says Oxfam
Oxfam Ireland says using beans as a substitute for meat once a week can help to save energy and restore the food balance.
Column: ‘Women are digging up anthills for the tiny grains inside’
Children mine for gold in home-made pits, while parents risk their lives for food – Jim Clarken describes the harrowing scenes as a crisis unfolds in west Africa.
Donations to Oxfam Ireland at 'critically low levels'
Some well-known faces have joined a new campaign to encourage people to donate items to their local Oxfam shop.
Mary Robinson in drought stricken Horn of Africa
The former president’s visit comes nearly 20 years after her first trip to Somalia to highlight the crisis there.
Column: IMF leader selection is not democratic and, frankly, a sham
Oxfam Ireland’s Chief Executive Jim Clarken argues that the appointment of an IMF head is pre-ordained – and excludes developing countries and rising powers.