Oxfam India campaigns to amplify the voice of those struggling with poverty and injustice. Campaigning with us is a powerful way for you to influence the country’s decision makers to find solutions that can end poverty and injustice.

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Oxfam’s #Evenitup report shows the scale of extreme economic inequality, and reveals the multiple dangers it poses to people.

1 in 2 women in India has been a victim of domestic & sexual abuse, trafficking & ‘honour’ killing. What are you doing about it?

This is an opportunity for you to make a real difference.

  • Essential services

    Help us create more Jyotis

       A large group of students are gathered under a Peepal tree in...

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  • Women Rights

    Why the Farq?

    Sharelines The movement to end the #Farq against women and girls has begun...

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  • Women Rights

    Expedition to Island Peak for empowering women

    I, Somasekhar Sundaresan, leave for my expedition to Island Peak later today....

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  • Essential services

    Here’s how India scores on the RTE Act

    Why was this map created?For the first time a one-stop shop giving information...

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  • Inequality

    GROW

    Almost a billion of us go to bed hungry every night. Not because there isn't...

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  • Inequality

    Save our medicines, save lives!

    Stand strong with the Indian government against US bullying and protect access...

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  • Gender justice

    We Can End Violence Against Women

    Ending Violence Against Women Violence Against Women continues to be one of...

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  • Essential services

    Essential Services Campaign

    Oxfam India’s Essential Services campaign aims to empower marginalised...

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  • Gender justice

    16 Days of Activism

    Violence Against Women continues to be one of the most prevalent and least...

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  • Essential services

    Even it up: it's time to end extreme inequality

    The clock is ticking. The widening gap between the privileged and the neglected...

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