Why being equal doesn’t necessarily mean being the same.
As an American and a refugee myself, I hope that my adopted country – a nation built by refugees and immigrants – steps up to address the crisis.
How the community responded to Hurricane Katrina, with help from Oxfam in the agency’s first US disaster response.
After surviving Katrina’s high winds and floods, a recent immigrant finds within her a determination to defend the rights of workers rebuilding the Gulf Coast.
World Humanitarian Day honors the aid workers who are helping millions of people weather unimaginable crises.
In Tanzania, a popular TV show is raising the stature of women farmers and giving the rest of us a new way of understanding what it means to be strong—and beautiful.
Why you should take action even if you feel you’re not ready, and other big lessons I learned at Oxfam’s youth leadership training.
In their own voices, Yemenis tell of the hardship and uncertainty the conflict has brought to their lives.
In the last five years, oil-producing developing countries like Nigeria earned about $1.5 trillion. So where is all this money?