Oxfam

How has Oxfam sex scandal affected the charity?
Haiti Oxfam
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How has Oxfam sex scandal affected the charity?

Jobs to be cut to make up for £16m shortfall following Haiti abuse
23 Jan 2020
UK supermarkets ‘fuel poverty and abuse’, says Oxfam
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UK supermarkets ‘fuel poverty and abuse’, says Oxfam

New study highlights mistreatment of workers on farms and plantations
10 Oct 2019
Oxfam criticised by regulator over Haiti sex claims
Oxfam
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Oxfam criticised by regulator over Haiti sex claims

Charity Commission savages Oxfam's ‘culture of poor behaviour’ and ‘mismanagement’
12 Jun 2019
Donations fall as scandal-hit charities lose public trust
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Donations fall as scandal-hit charities lose public trust

Percentage of people giving money drops as number who believe sector is untrustworthy rises
8 May 2019
Charity facing sex misconduct claims given £132m in aid
Penny Mordaunt
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Charity facing sex misconduct claims given £132m in aid

International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt had promised to withhold funds from organisations that fail to tackle exploitation
15 Jan 2019
UK launches global sex offender register
Penny Mordaunt
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UK launches global sex offender register

Government teams up with police and Interpol to track sex predators in the foreign aid sector
18 Oct 2018
Reports of abuse at charities skyrockets
The Oxfam scandal has led to a surge in reports of abuse in the charity sector
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Reports of abuse at charities skyrockets

Minister warns ‘predatory individuals’ to move out of charities sector after sharp spike in abuse claims
5 Jul 2018

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Haiti bans Oxfam GB following sex scandal
Oxfam Great Britain has been banned from operating in Haiti
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Haiti bans Oxfam GB following sex scandal

The charity will no longer be allowed to operate in the country
14 Jun 2018
Why did UN not act over ‘sex-for-food’ charity scandal?
Displaced children at a refugee camp in South Sudan during a UN humanitarian visit in 2018
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Why did UN not act over ‘sex-for-food’ charity scandal?

Unpublished report implicates 40 aid organisations whose workers traded food, oil and access to education for sex
30 May 2018
Oxfam scandal: what is the future for UK foreign aid?
Western aid agencies have a long and complicated history in Africa
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Oxfam scandal: what is the future for UK foreign aid?

In Depth: Theresa May has not cut the overseas relief budget - yet
22 Feb 2018
Oxfam crisis: charity investigating 26 new sex abuse claims
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Oxfam crisis: charity investigating 26 new sex abuse claims

MPs hear Save the Children fired 30 staff and dealt with 120 alleged misconduct complaints as scandal widens
20 Feb 2018
Minnie Driver cuts ties with Oxfam over sex scandal
Minnie Driver
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Minnie Driver cuts ties with Oxfam over sex scandal

Hollywood actress says she’s ‘nothing short of horrified’ by the allegations, as major firms review their donations to the charity
14 Feb 2018
Oxfam sex abuse scandal widens to charity’s UK shops
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Oxfam sex abuse scandal widens to charity’s UK shops

Whistle-blower says bosses failed to vet adult volunteers working alongside teenagers
13 Feb 2018
How Western aid money funds world terrorism
Western aid agencies have a long and complicated history in Africa
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How Western aid money funds world terrorism

CNN report detailing how UN money ends up with al-Shabaab just latest example of aid exploitation by terrorist groups
13 Feb 2018
Oxfam’s deputy CEO resigns over overseas sex scandal
Oxfam aid workers have been accused of paying Haiti earthquake survivors for sex
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Oxfam’s deputy CEO resigns over overseas sex scandal

British Government threatens to cut off funding if charities don’t comply with review
12 Feb 2018
UK charities fined for breaching data laws
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UK charities fined for breaching data laws

Oxfam and Cancer Research UK among 11 organisations found to have misused donor information
6 Apr 2017
World's eight richest men own as much as 50% of poor
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World's eight richest men own as much as 50% of poor

Oxfam report says inequality gap is 'greater than had been feared'
16 Jan 2017
Refugee crisis: How many people should Britain accept?
Refugees
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Refugee crisis: How many people should Britain accept?

The numbers vary, but most agree that a better long-term response is urgently needed
30 Mar 2016
Oxfam report another nail in the ‘trickle-down’ coffin
The Mole
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Oxfam report another nail in the ‘trickle-down’ coffin

Even Barack Obama is calling for higher taxes on the wealthy: but what does his ‘bro’ Cameron have to say?
19 Jan 2015
Richest 1% 'to own more than everyone else combined'
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Richest 1% 'to own more than everyone else combined'

Oxfam warns that such 'staggering' global inequality will set the fight against poverty back decades
19 Jan 2015
UK's five richest families 'worth more than poorest 20%'
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UK's five richest families 'worth more than poorest 20%'

As inequality grows in the UK, Oxfam calls on George Osborne to mind the gap
17 Mar 2014