In the Dominican Republic, the Coalition for the Rights and Life of Women demonstrate to demand a presidential veto of a law criminalising abortion even in cases of rape or harm to the mother or baby. Credit: Lorena Espinosa, Oxfam in Dominican Republic.

Feminist leadership in action

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Agriculture, Gender, Inequality, Influencing, Participation and Leadership, Violence Against Women and Girls Leave a Comment

Tamsin Smith interviews Damaris Ruiz, Yohanka Valdes, and Maritza Gallardo Lopez, from Oxfam’s Latin America & Caribbean (LAC) Regional Women’s Rights and Gender Justice group. They share five ways they …

The cover of our Sani Tweaks illustrated booklet, designed to make information more engaging and easy to digest.

How small and regular design tweaks can make a big difference to latrine use

Emergencies, Humanitarian, Refugees and IDPs, Violence Against Women and Girls, WASH Impact Series, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Leave a Comment

Communications Advisor, Tanya Glanville-Wallis, talks us through the process of developing Sani Tweaks—a series of communications tools for technical staff, promoting best practices in sanitation. Visiting the Rohingya refugee camps …

Young feminists march to end violence against women in Montevideo, Uruguay, 2017. Credit: UN Women/Sahand Minae.

Young feminists driving change

Active citizenship, Gender & Development Journal, Participation and Leadership, Rights, Violence Against Women and Girls, Youth Leave a Comment

Imogen Davies, Oxfam GB’s Global Adviser on Youth, Gender & Active Citizenship, and co-editor of the latest issue of Gender & Development, describes the political approaches young feminist movements are taking …