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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Yan Chen

Ethiopia sees ‘staggering increase in food insecurity,’ Oxford study warns

Ethiopia’s food insecurity crisis is rapidly worsening to alarming extents under severe drought and civil conflict, shows Oxford’s Young Lives study, which has tracked the effects of poverty on 12,000 young people in Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam over 20 years. 

Oxford Vaccine Group Director advises against widespread fourth jabs

Upcoming COVID-19 vaccine shots should target the most vulnerable in the UK and low-income countries worldwide, instead of becoming a regular occurrence for the general population once every few months, says Professor Sir Andrew Pollard.

Return of the silver screens: Oxford indoor cinemas to reopen starting today

"The vast majority of Oxford cinemas are planning to reopen today, Monday 17th May, after going dark for months since the last national lockdown began in December."

‘Perfect antidote’ against perfectionism: New Round of Social Enterprise Awards launched at Oxford Hub

Oxford Hub, a local social action charity, is actively seeking applications for the newest round of its biannual Social Enterprise Awards. All Oxford University...

Oxford Charity Asylum Welcome fights Home Office’s proposed New Plan for Immigration

"To challenge the Home Office’s proposed New Plan for Immigration, Oxford-based charity Asylum Welcome is providing Zoom consultation sessions, encouraging people to write to MPs, and soliciting ideas for collaborative action against the proposed policy changes."