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  • 09 Mar, 2016
Solar for Powering Health and Education in India

This paper, based on secondary literature review, explores the potential of solar energy to power up rural ...

  • 29 Jan, 2016
Strengthening local humanitarian leadership to save lives and strengthen communities

Tens of millions of people receive vital humanitarian aid every year, but millions more suffer without adeq...

  • 12 Oct, 2015
Find out what the voices of BRICS nations are saying

The 10 questions must have answered some of your queries about BRICS. Now hear the voices of civil society ...

  • 03 Jun, 2015
Financing healthcare for all in India: Towards a common goal

This paper explores available evidence, contextualises and maps the debate in the country around healthcare...

  • 12 Feb, 2015
The Political Economy of Capitalism, ‘Development’ and Resistance: The State and Adivasis of India

Reflections on the political economy of capitalism, ‘development’, and resistance, as it plays out between ...

  • 27 Dec, 2014
India inequality paper

Moving Towards Equal Opportunities for All?

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    Supreme Court's order to evict more than 10 lakh #forest dwellers & #tribals will render thousands of people #homeless. The central #government’s abject failure to protect the rights of these communities is disappointing. #VoiceForInclusion

  • Oxfam India

    20 Feb 2019

    We demand #equality, #justice and #dignity for all, irrespective of their gender, age, race, ethnicity, #religion, culture or disability. #socialjusticeday

  • Oxfam India

    16 Feb 2019

    Thank you @_adilhussain for cooking delicious food for us at @nimtho_ ☺️ We are proud to have you supporting our humanitarian work in northeast #India. ❤️

  • Oxfam India

    14 Feb 2019

    ❤️Happy Valentines Day!❤️ We believe that a healthy relationship should make you feel #empowered and enable you to take decisions for yourself. What does #love mean to you? Tell us in the comments section below. #Valentines⁠Day Illustration by Shehzil Malik #PyaarMeiVaarNahi

  • Oxfam India

    06 Feb 2019

    This cartoon perfectly depicts how #women need to manage household chores along with their jobs and a plethora of other responsibilities on their path to professional success. . . Our report estimates that unpaid work done by women in #India looking after their homes and children is worth 3.1% of the country's GDP! . . Go to the link in bio to know more.

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