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Australian charities unite to launch disaster relief alliance

When a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Nepal in 2015, killing nearly 9,000 people, injuring many more and destroying more than 500,000 homes, the generosity...

Oxfam Australia shuts trading arm … but you can still help...

Oxfam Australia says that while, its stores and online trading are closing, people’s generous donations will continue to help it save lives.

Power and poverty in the fashion industry

Know the stories behind the clothes we love to buy and wear – the stories of workers, mainly women.

From strength to strength: Christina’s story

Christina and the OxDAMN This Is Hard team walked 100 kms on August 25-27 for Oxfam Trailwalker, its major fundraiser.

Feeling 50/50 toward Oxfam Trailwalker?

Sydney-siders should no longer feel daunted by the mammoth 100km challenge of Oxfam Trailwalker

Tis the season to shop ethically

Oxfam Australia is challenging the nation to make 2016 our most ethical Christmas yet by committing to purchase at least one ethically sourced item this festive season.

Walk through rugged bushland for Oxfam

August will be extra busy for Oxfam in Sydney, with two new retail shops opening and another Trailwalker about to kick off. The two new Oxfam Shop stores will open in the city and Bondi and the 18th Oxfam Trailwalker Sydney will take place on August 19-21.

‘We did not expect the sea would devour the land’

So far we know that more than 11 million people have been affected by Typhoon Haiyan, one of the worst natural disasters to hit the Philippines, and at least 700,000 people have been displaced while thousands of people are thought to have lost their lives.

Faces behind the fashion tags

With over 1,100 lives lost, the Bangladesh factory tragedy has placed a magnifying glass over the issue of labour exploitation. From beneath the rubble, stories of survival and loss emerge – the faces behind the fashion tags.With over 1,100 lives lost, the Bangladesh factory tragedy has placed a magnifying glass over the issue of labour exploitation. From beneath the rubble, stories of survival and loss emerge – the faces behind the fashion tags.