Local villagers scavenging coal illegally from an open-cast mine in a village near Jharia, India, in 2012.
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January 20, 2014 The relief organization says the wealthiest 85 people own the same proportion as the planet's poorest 3.5 billion people. And Oxfam says it fears that growing income inequality will lead to social unrest.
Oxfam's "report card" evaluates giants of the supermarket aisle on their commitment to social and environmental issues.
February 26, 2013 When it comes to protecting the environment and issues like worker well-being and women's rights, 10 of the world's biggest food producers get failing grades from Oxfam, an activist group for the poor.
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