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24 11, 2022

The Assault of Austerity: How Prevailing Economic Policy Choices are a form of Gender-based Violence

2022-11-24T12:49:45+13:00November 24th, 2022|Categories: Pasifika Rising News|

Governments around the world are putting women and girls in danger of unprecedented new levels of poverty, peril, overwork and premature death as a result of near-universal “slash-and-burn" efforts to recover their economies from the pandemic and tame inflation. A new Oxfam report today, “The Assault of Austerity”, says that four out of every

24 11, 2022

Press Release – Women and Girls “expendable” in Misguided Slash-and-Burn Policies of Economic Recovery

2022-11-24T12:16:25+13:00November 24th, 2022|Categories: Pasifika Rising News|

Oxfam: Austerity measures and their gendered harms are a form of gender-based violence Governments around the world are putting women and girls in danger of unprecedented new levels of poverty, peril, overwork and premature death as a result of near-universal “slash-and-burn" efforts to recover their economies from the pandemic and tame inflation. A new

21 11, 2022

Press Release – G20 verdict: Oxfam criticizes G20 for lack of action to tackle extreme inequality

2022-11-21T17:24:40+13:00November 21st, 2022|Categories: Pasifika Rising News|

G20 world leaders have failed to take definitive action to tackle poverty, hunger, climate, debt and deprivation that is crippling millions of people around the world, says Oxfam. “In the midst of a debt, austerity and inequality crisis we expected far more from the world’s largest economies, especially given the meteoric rise of billionaire

21 11, 2022

Vacancy – Information Communication & Technology (ICT) Lead

2022-11-21T15:06:44+13:00November 21st, 2022|Categories: Pasifika Rising News|

OXFAM IN THE PACIFIC VACANCY Role: Information Communication & Technology (ICT) Lead Applications for this role will close on: Friday 1st December, 2022 See full Job Description here: ICT Lead Location of role: Fiji Salary Grade: C2 $81,355- $105,760 FJD pa (Internal salary scale) Term: To commence ASAP until 22 December 2023 For any further assistance

21 11, 2022

Vacancy – Director Strategy Operations and Culture

2022-11-21T14:44:54+13:00November 21st, 2022|Categories: Pasifika Rising News|

OXFAM IN THE PACIFIC VACANCY Role: DIRECTOR STRATEGY OPERATIONS & CULTURE Applications for this role will close on: Friday 25th November 2022 See full Job Description here: Director Strategy Operations and Culture Location of role: Pacific Region Salary Grade: B2 (based on country location) Term: 2 years For any further assistance please contact [email protected] Context Following a

21 11, 2022

Vacancy (Due Date Extended) – Affiliation Change Manager

2022-11-27T03:44:11+13:00November 21st, 2022|Categories: Pasifika Rising News|

OXFAM IN THE PACIFIC VACANCY Role: AFFILIATION CHANGE MANAGER Applications for this role will now close on: Wednesday 30th November 2022 See full Job Description here: Affiliation Change Manager Location of role: Pacific Region Salary Grade: C1 (based on country location) Term: 2 years Key relationships/interactions : Oxfam in the Pacific (OiP) Executive Leadership Team,

21 11, 2022

Vacancy (Due Date Extended) – Multi Stakeholder Partnership Lead

2022-11-27T03:39:37+13:00November 21st, 2022|Categories: Pasifika Rising News|

OXFAM IN THE PACIFIC VACANCY Role: MULTI STAKEHOLDER PARTNERSHIP LEAD Applications for this role will now close on: Friday 2nd December 2022 See full Job Description here: Multi Stakeholder Partnership Lead Location of role: Pacific Region Salary Grade: C1 (based on country location) Term: 2 years For any further assistance please contact [email protected] Applications are invited

18 11, 2022

Carbon Billionaires: The Investment Emissions of the World’s Richest People

2022-11-18T20:25:52+13:00November 18th, 2022|Categories: Pasifika Rising News|

Carbon Billionaires: The investment emissions of the World’s richest people, is a report published by Oxfam today based on a detailed analysis of the investments of 125 of the richest billionaires in some of the world’s biggest corporates and the carbon emissions of these investments. To read the full report, click here.

11 10, 2022

Press Release: New index shows governments worldwide stoked an inequality explosion during COVID-19 pandemic.

2022-10-11T17:51:25+12:00October 11th, 2022|Categories: Pasifika Rising News|

Half of the poorest countries saw health spendings drop despite the pandemic, while 95 percent of all countries froze or even lowered taxes on rich people and corporates Rich and poor countries alike have exacerbated an explosion of economic inequality since the outbreak of the pandemic from 2020, reveals new research by Oxfam and

11 10, 2022

Press Release: Oxfam Introduces New Tool for Measuring Impact at the Pacific Climate Justice Summit

2022-10-11T14:32:46+12:00October 11th, 2022|Categories: Pasifika Rising News|

(7th of October 2022) Suva, Fiji - A new tool for measuring impact and capturing Pacific narratives of resilience through storytelling was launched at a side event at the Pacific Climate Justice Summit in Suva yesterday. The publication entitled, Stories of Impact: CSO Collaboration for a Climate Just Transformation was launched by OiP’s interim

5 10, 2022

Stories of Impact: CSO Collaboration for a Climate-Just Transformation

2022-10-11T12:33:54+12:00October 5th, 2022|Categories: Pasifika Rising News|

Oxfam in the Pacific's PACCCIL Project is proud to launch this new Impact Stories Booklet titled, "Stories of Impact: CSO Collaboration for a Climate-Just Transformation". You can download the full booklet at the hyperlink below: CLICK HERE - Stories of Impact: CSO Collaboration for a Climate-Just Transformation 

21 09, 2022

Press Release: Extreme hunger has more than doubled in 10 of the world’s worst climate hotspots over past six years

2022-09-21T20:06:14+12:00September 21st, 2022|Categories: Pasifika Rising News|

Less than 18 days of fossil fuel companies’ profits would cover the entire UN humanitarian appeal for 2022 Ten of the world’s worst climate hotspots–those with the highest number of UN appeals driven by extreme weather events–have suffered a 123% rise in acute hunger over just the past six years, according to an Oxfam

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