I spoke to Charity Times about my career to date and what motivates me, and how the changes I’m leading at Oxfam are part of an ambition to rethink the international NGO model to shift power to the communities we serve. The interview starts on page 18.
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”
I went back to my former workplace, the Institute of Public Policy and Research (IPPR), to talk about inequality, tax and redistribution with IPPR Director Carys Roberts and economist Shreya Nanda. IPPR’s new Economic Justice podcast is discussing ways in which the economy could be reformed to deliver better outcomes for all.
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…
This week Oxfam was the subject of two incredibly difficult and important reports that identify serious failings in how we acted in the past: failings that were unacceptable and showed how far below our values we could fall. Yet these reports also include lessons that provide the path we must follow as we set out … Continue reading “Guardian Comment is free: response to the Charity Commission”
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”