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Brie O’Keefe and Alexia Pepper de Caires speak to Ben Phillips about the...

Don’t cut Oxfam’s support – we need it to root out abuse, says Colombian feminist Gloria Sanchez.

Oxfam’s Haiti sex scandal highlights how girls and young women are most at risk in emergencies. Vanessa Baird...

Abuse must be eradicated but the attack on Oxfam is disproportionate, argues Maggie Black in this opinion...

Oxfam scandal no surprise

‘The idea of altruistic morality puts aid workers in a double bind, eroding true responsibility’

Europe against refugees

Ben Hayes and Frank Barat look back three years after Operation Mare Nostrum’s end.

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Forget number-crunching; development workers need to get out into the field to understand poverty, writes Maggie Black...

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Giving a voice to the voiceless, Ruby Diamonde's friend Tatiana is an inspiration.

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As the island of Lesvos is overwhelmed with immigrants, the world of aid looks on. Beulah Devaney reports....

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Women and children are even more vulnerable following the earthquakes, writes Beulah Devaney, so what can we...

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The NGO sector must support activism, not governments. Ben Phillips sees positive signs of this happening.

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Ben Greenhalgh argues that our trickle-down charitable giving may be misdirected.

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There are more NGOs today than ever; some are bigger than ever. Yet, discovers Dinyar Godrej, questions...

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Big NGOs and big corporations – Ian Brown finds they are getting a bit too close.

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The green imperialism of some conservation charities, by Sophie Pritchard.

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John Hilary on a degrading spectacle that keeps coming back.

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