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Oxfam International
Oxfam is a world-wide development organization that mobilizes the power of people against poverty. See also:
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Nadia Daar Oct 22
Days after mtgs ended, I'm feeling anxious. A long thread! The threat of looming IMF-imposed austerity post-pandemic is clear. IMF's pushing this in 84% of loans, tho austerity b4 meant most were unprepared going into pandemic
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What’s a , and how can we get one? Here are 5 things we need to do in order to get a universally available and affordable vaccine to help end the pandemic. 👉🏾
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Oxfam International 10h
Tax avoidance is a key driver of inequality. And it's not fair. Tax the rich. No loopholes.
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Greenpeace Oct 24
Dear fossil fuels, On behalf of our planet, our health, our minds and our wallets: Get out of the way, because the future is renewable.
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EQUALS: The Inequality Podcast Oct 22
Hope. Reflection. Inspiration. It's here. On the EQUALS podcast. This week with the amazing indigenous figure + on fascinating new data on the 1%. Tune in -> or on your fave podcast app
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Oxfam International Oct 12
LATEST: 50m people in seven countries face crisis-level hunger yet 's $10bn humanitarian COVID appeal is dangerously under-funded all while billionaires’ wealth increased by more than *$10 TRILLION* in just the past three months
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Oxfam International 18h
The carbon emissions of the richest 1% of the world are more than *double* the emissions of the poorest half of humanity. Over-consumption of the elites is fueling yet it's poor communities & young people who pay the price.
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Oxfam International 18h
Want to make real change for good? Join our free, 8-week online course: Make Change Happen Registration open now >> ✊🏾✊🏼✊🏽
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Greenpeace Oct 21
In Uganda & Tanzania, 's oil madness sows fear and despair. Because of these oil projects, 100.000 people were deprived of their land, without compensation. They can no longer feed their families.
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Oxfam International 21h
Europe & North Africa must fundamentally change the way they think about migration & protection. This is not just about borders and investment, it's about protecting people & fulfilling their . 👇🏽
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LSE Inequalities Oct 19
Are you working to end ? Applications are open now for the 2021-22 for Social & Economic Equity programme, a funded fellowship for change-makers at .
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Winnie Byanyima Oct 11
To be vaccinated against should not depend on the money in your pocket or the colour of your skin. The future vaccine must be a global public good, free of charge for all.
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Oxfam International Oct 24
Austerity = cuts to health & education. Alarming reminder from re 's emergency loans.
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United Nations Oct 3
The UN works for everyone, everywhere by: 🇺🇳 preventing conflict 🇺🇳 vaccinating children 🇺🇳 protecting refugees 🇺🇳 feeding the hungry 🇺🇳 addressing the climate crisis 🇺🇳 empowering women 🇺🇳 responding to & so much more.
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OxfamAmerica Oct 24
Today's not your average Saturday. It's ! We love voting early because no one should have to choose between their health and a functioning democracy. Let's make every voice heard and every vote count.
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Oxfam International Oct 24
Listen to this. Then join us for our latest podcast as we speak to the amazing indigenous leader taking on the , . How can we reimagine our relationship with nature, and slow the emissions of the 1%. Tune in ➡️
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Oxfam International Oct 24
''Aid is not largesse. It is not charity. It is a duty and an obligation and goes, if only in a small way, towards making up for the colonial exploitation of the developing world by wealthy nations.'' - , Oxfam Interim Exec Director
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Oxfam International Oct 24
From 1990-2015 as much carbon entered our atmosphere as had been emitted in ALL previous history Our new report reveals during those 25 yrs, the richest 10% emitted as much carbon as the rest of the world combined 😲 This is extreme 👉🏾
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Oxfam International Oct 24
Replying to @GlobalFund
Aid has helped to eradicate polio in Africa & save 38 million lives through . And millions of children have gone to school, especially girls. More could have been done if wealthy nations gave more. 👉🏾
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