Over 1 million displaced Rohingya and the Bangladeshi community hosting them are vulnerable, and humanitarian groups helping the refugees face increasing restrictions.
Economic calamities spurred by the health crisis could erase decades of progress in raising standards of living.
“Extreme wealth is a sign of a failing economic system,” says a new Oxfam report on global inequality.
Poor nations have been disproportionately impacted by climate change, a grim new report by the anti-poverty charity found.
A new economic system is needed to tackle rampant inequality, says a new Oxfam report.
These illegal businesses grow directly from the misogynistic culture of the legitimate ones that house them.
The charity calls out President Donald Trump for making wealth inequality worse.
Oxfam wants to "send a message to Trump but also world leaders that they need to do more to help refugees."
Trump's proposal slashes humanitarian aid as millions face starvation.
How do you fix a problem if the people in power don’t see a problem?