They could save millions from poverty with what’s left over, according to a new Oxfam report.
Economic calamities spurred by the health crisis could erase decades of progress in raising standards of living.
“Extreme wealth is a sign of a failing economic system,” says a new Oxfam report on global inequality.
It's a treasure trove for bargain hunters and thrifty shoppers.
The charity has been given an official warning.
The charity is on a drive to improve its work culture.
Oxfam has released a report ahead of the 2019 World Economic Forum meeting in Davos highlighting how low taxes on the world’s wealthiest has led to inequality that is ‘out of control’. Taxes on the super rich are at the lowest level they’ve been in decades, while hundreds of millions of children across the globe go without education and millions struggle to access healthcare, according to Oxfam. They suggest that a 0.5 percent increase in taxes on the wealthiest one percent could provide the funds to support those education and health services.
The database will be announced at an international summit on safeguarding in the aid sector.
Richard Cousins died alongside his fiancé, his two sons and her daughter in the crash on New Year’s Eve.
Charities accused of 'abject failure' to tackle scandal.