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May 2016 News


What’s the state of emergency response? Humanitarians provide their perspectives from migration, to climate change, to resilience, as we mark the World Humanitarian Summit this month.

We’ve also launched our practical guide to rights in crisis influencing and published a policy paper on putting people first in Africa's economy. In addition you’ll find opinion on the Panama Papers, unpaid care work, and evidence synthesis, as well as a host of new policy and research publications.

Best wishes,

Catherine Meredith & Amy Moran
Oxfam Policy & Practice

Humanitarianism today

Oxfam staff and guest blogger Alex Randall of the Climate Change and Migration Coalition reflect on key issues in humanitarianism in the following blog posts:
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Rights in Crisis Guide to Influencing


Our essential guide to understanding the humanitarian system, who to influence and the issues at stake around ensuring the rights of people at risk or affected by conflicts and disasters. For use at country, regional and global level.
Download the guide

The Time is Now: Building a human economy for Africa


Cracking down on tax dodging and maximizing progressive revenues would help create a more human economy.
Download the policy paper

New blog posts

News, analysis and debate for development and humanitarian professionals
Inclusion, bias and humanitarian evidence synthesis
The missing trillion: Oxfam in conversation with Credit Suisse
Can a radio series bring about change on violence against women?
Women’s work: mothers, children and the global childcare crisis
Thank you, Mossack Fonseca, for a textbook case study
Working with partners: what’s it all about for Oxfam?
The challenge of climate change adaptation in the Philippines
Public influencing to end violence against women and girls
Container based sanitation could solve the world’s toilet problems

New publications 

New research reports, policy papers and programme learning

Research


Evaluation of General Mills’ and Kellogg’s GHG Emissions Targets and Plans: Independent Assessment conducted by Winston Eco-Strategies for Oxfam’s Behind the Brands Initiative

The Use of Tax Havens in the Ownership of Kenyan Petroleum Rights

Mapping Risks to Future Government Petroleum Revenues in Kenya: A framework for prioritizing advocacy, research and capacity building

Potential Petroleum Revenues for the Government of Kenya: Implications of the proposed 2015 Model Production Sharing Contract

Can a Radio Series Change Attitudes and Norms on Violence Against Women?

Missed Out: The role of local actors in the humanitarian response to the South Sudan conflict

The Weak Link: The role of local institutions in accountable natural resource management in Peru, Senegal, Ghana, and Tanzania

Policy

Oxfam India publications

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