Organisation

Oxfam International

Briefing paper

The hunger virus: how COVID-19 is fuelling hunger in a hungry world

This briefing reveals how 121 million more people could be pushed to the brink of starvation this year as a result of the social and economic fallout from the pandemic including through mass unemployment, disruption to food production and supplies, and declining aid.
Briefing paper

How to confront the coronavirus catastrophe

This Oxfam International briefing concedes that while it is understandable that national leaders are focused on tackling the current health crisis in their own countries, G20 countries must find the space for supporting other nations too, if humanity is to successfully beat this disease.
Report

Time to care: unpaid and underpaid care work and the global inequality crisis

The extreme gap between rich and poor is undermining the fight against poverty, damaging economies around the globe and fuelling public anger and unrest, especially as climate related disasters become more commonplace. This research demonstrates the extent of the gap between rich and poor.
Report

Introductory research on the feasibility of cash and voucher assistance in rural Fiji

Reporting on a cash and voucher assistance (CVA) preparedness study, this report considers activities in Fiji and is part of a series of feasibility studies to increase awareness, capacity and expertise in cash programming for humanitarian assistance in the Pacific Islands.
Briefing paper

False promises: how delivering education through public-private partnerships risks fueling inequality instead of achieving quality education for all

A growing body of evidence shows that education public-private partnerships which support private schooling, used in a large number of donor funded education systems, are too often failing the most vulnerable children and risk deepening inequality.