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Oxfam Feb 19
We are devastated by the loss of two valued colleagues who were killed as they worked to deliver aid to civilians caught in the Syrian conflict. Our love and thoughts are with their families. Full media statement here:
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Policy & Practice Feb 19
What alternative models are there? speaks about why the shareholder model is under scrutiny. Tune in to Feb 26 @ 18:30 GMT to watch our live debate
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IPPR Feb 16
🚨 New Podcast 🚨 Inequality, injustice and reforming the taxation of wealth Host is joined by IPPR's and CEO Danny Sriskandarajah () to discuss wealth inequality & building a just tax system Listen 📻🎧▶️
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Policy & Practice Feb 10
FB Live: Where next for business? We need to reset our economic systems or they will perish. will be host Lucy Parker & Albert Tucker on Feb 26 @ 18:30 GMT to debate. Follow to watch w/
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Danny Sriskandarajah Feb 10
A brilliant set of examples of participatory grantmaking from that show that what might seem 'bold' and 'risky' to some is already happening, and showing results!
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Danny Sriskandarajah Feb 6
Digital IDs Make Systemic Bias Worse argue & colleagues from in cc.
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Annie Kelly Feb 4
Brilliant to chair a panel for last night on feminist leadership with hands down the best panel I've ever had the pleasure of joining - thanks to Hala Al Karib, Rasha Obaid, Preet Gill and Riya William Yuyuda
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Oxfam News Team Feb 4
REACTION: 'The Prime Minister is right that the UK should be a world leader on climate change' | reaction to launch of
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Fleur Anderson MP Feb 3
Inspired by real life stories of feminist leadership in hard and dangerous places. Rasha Obaid, Hala Al Karib, Riya William Yuyada speaking alongside and Annie Kelly at event
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Danny Sriskandarajah Feb 3
Our wonderful co-Director of Gender Justice & Women's Rights opens event by pointing out how important feminist approaches are to delivering a more just, sustainable world - & then promptly hands the mic to activists on the panel
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Danny Sriskandarajah Jan 31
Thanks Chlow. & Prof Lorna Woods have done some great work on these ideas. Cc.
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Caroline Ashley Jan 30
The Duty of Care applies in the building were sitting in. How does it apply to social media companies and tech sector? on need for global governance and inclusion in the
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Amy Jan 30
Thanks for the shout out edition on digital and ICTs - so many global voices sharing analysis on inclusion, education and in a digital age
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Danny Sriskandarajah Jan 30
7 days till applications close for one of best jobs in global civil society: Executive Director of International Join us in the fight for a more just, equal and sustainable world, & as we re-imagine and strengthen our confederation! Details at
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Danny Sriskandarajah Jan 30
An important reminder to world leaders as we enter the decade of action to achieve our - for people and planet
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Danny Sriskandarajah Jan 29
Some sensible advice from on how those of us in NGOs can support social movements, without crushing or co-opting them
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Danny Sriskandarajah Jan 27
Dr D on Dr G - A must-read essay for anyone interested in inequality by & Anne Case in latest with some useful charts from
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Danny Sriskandarajah Jan 24
sets out powerful challenge to the Western development model & the role of INGOs in her blog for This is one of the many reasons I am so excited that she will be joining the Council of
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Danny Sriskandarajah Jan 24
Open letter from global climate, gender justice, anti-poverty and labour groups calling on countries and companies at to declare a
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