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First Peoples justice

Stand with First Peoples for a just and equal future for all.

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Oxfam Australia has worked to advance First Peoples’ rights for more than 40 years —and our work is not nearly done. We still have a long way to go towards First Peoples’ justice and equality in Australia. Despite more than a decade of campaigning, the gap is not closed.

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Oxfam Australia has worked to advance First Peoples’ rights for more than 40 years —and our work is not nearly done. We still have a long way to go towards First Peoples’ justice and equality in Australia. Despite more than a decade of campaigning, the gap is not closed.

How we tackle First Peoples inequality

Straight Talk

Our Straight Talkprogram brings together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women fromaround the country to meet politicians, learn about Australia’s political system, and leverage/wield/use those learnings to make change happen in their communities.

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Straight Talk

Our Straight Talkprogram brings together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women fromaround the country to meet politicians, learn about Australia’s political system, and leverage/wield/use those learnings to make change happen in their communities.

Straight Talk

Our Straight Talkprogram brings together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women fromaround the country to meet politicians, learn about Australia’s political system, and leverage/wield/use those learnings to make change happen in their communities.

The Impact of our work

You and Oxfam helped more than 19.4 million people in 84 countries

You and Oxfam helped more than 19.4 million people in 84 countries

You and Oxfam helped more than 19.4 million people in 84 countries

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CLIMATE CHANGE

Protecting Children from Health Harms

A healthy future requires healthy children. But children face health risks from environmental hazards, including air pollution and lead exposure. Gains have been made in reducing childhood mortality and improving health, but there is still much work to be done, particularly when it comes to children’s environmental health.