Intermon Oxfam

By the end of 2022, 860 million people could live in extreme poverty.

In total, by the end of 2022, 860 million people could be in a situation caused by inequalities that have been exacerbated by the pandemic, inflation and war in Ukraine, according to a report by Intermón Oxfam.

Currently, 155 million people live in food crisis.

Economic instability exacerbated by the pandemic, the climate crisis and the aftermath of war are the main causes of starvation.

The Covid-19 around the planet.

Over 370 social organizations have requested the World Trade Organization (WTO) to support India and South Africa’s proposal for suspending intellectual property measures for future vaccines.

Students from all over the world will work cooperatively to carry out a citizen collaboration project that promotes environmental and social justice.

The 2020-2021 edition of Oxfam Intermon’s educational initiative will be about the climate crisis. Students are going to look for new consumption habits that will terminate environmental and social injustice.


A platform of sustainable fashion as an alternative to the “fast fashion” textile industry.


A whole new world of opportunities has opened up to fundraisers in the non-profit sector after the economic crisis, writes Irene Tarradellas.