Oxfam and the Foreign Policy Centre commissioned a new collection of essays by diverse politicians and experts to consider Britain’s role in the world post-Brexit. They argue that unless the UK’s foreign policy is firmly rooted in internationalist values it risks undermining its potential for global influence, and urge the Government to articulate a powerful vision … Continue reading “‘GLOBAL BRITAIN’ ESSAYS URGE GOVERNMENT TO PUT INTERNATIONALIST VALUES AT HEART OF FOREIGN POLICY”
Some important reading for the Prime Minister ahead of COP26 in Glasgow. We’ve joined more than 60 organisations to launch a Glasgow Action Plan that sets out five key areas he must prioritise to get us on track to a safer, greener future as fast as possible. With developing countries already bearing the brunt of a climate crisis they … Continue reading “JOINT LETTER TO THE PRIME MINISTER – TIME TO TURBOCHARGE DECARBONISATION”
While in Geneva for the UN Global Refugee Forum I spoke to World Radio Switzerland about how Oxfam is changing in order to tackle challenges from disasters to inequality and climate change, while ensuring we live up to our responsibilities to protect all those we work with.
As we enter 2020 with bushfires devastating Australia and drought starving families in Guatemala, my article for The Observer explains why the UK government will be judged on its ability to secure an ambitious and effective deal to tackle the climate emergency. New Oxfam research reinforces why its right that rich countries like the UK … Continue reading “Observer Comment Is Free: The UK must lead the way on the climate emergency”
Oxfam has been raising awareness of fast fashion’s impact on people and the planet. Tens of thousands of people joined our Secondhand September campaign and pledged to say no to new clothes for 30 days…
I visited Wastesaver, Oxfam’s giant recycling centre in Yorkshire, to find out more about the environmental impact of fast fashion…
The theme of TEDxLondon this year was Beyond Borders. I sat down with Conduit Club founder Paul Van Zyl to talk about why, at a time when the world has never had more wealth and knowledge, billions of people are still missing out on healthcare and education, and power is still so unequally shared. Watch … Continue reading “TEDxLondon – In Conversation with Paul Van Zyl”