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Women in Asia unpaid work. Credit: Oxfam in Asia
Taking care of families & households is real work. Support our call on ASEAN govts to recognize, redistribute and value women’s unpaid care work...
Factory workers step out of their shuttle bus as their shift ends. Hlaing Thar Yar Industrial Zone, Yangon, November 2015. Credit: Kaung Htet
Rising economic inequality across Asia is threatening poverty reduction and slowing down the fight against gender inequality. Although the region has experienced economic growth, the bottom 70 percent have seen their income share fall while the share for the top 10 percent has increased rapidly...
Trust and Choice of the Public publication. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
In terms of institution, Vietnam has achieved remarkable progress during the recent years. The 2013 Constitution contained regulations on gender equality and non-discrimination in politics. The Law on Gender Equality and National Strategy on Gender Equality for the period from 2011 – 2020...
Women's consultation session in northern Vietnam. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
The vision for our women’s rights programme is that poor and marginalised women, particularly women of different social and ethnic groups, gain more power over their lives and are able to take leadership roles...
Farrners harvest green as part of GROW Vietnam. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
Oxfam launched its global GROW campaign in 2011 to tackle the pervasive injustices in the global food system. This means that almost 800 million people worldwide do not have enough food to eat. The campaign recognises that a host of factors such as climate change, land acquisitions, food price...
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