Information for the media

10/13/2017
Oxfam is to co-organize an international conference "New Trends and Directions in Migration" On 26-27th of October 2017 Oxfam together with the Institute for Social Policy of the Higher School of Economics and Centre d'Г©tudes franco-russ will hold an international conference titled "New Trends and Directions in Migration". Within the conference there will be a round table on "Children of Migrants: Problems of Adaptation and Integration" for experts and representatives of civil society will discuss the problems of migrant children's access to education and questions pertaining their adaptation in schools.  
09/25/2017
Oxfam took part in the international conference "Integration of Migrants as a Management Issue: European and Russian Contexts" On 21-22 September 2017 the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) together with the Russian
Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) hosted an international
conference titled “Integration of Migrants as a Management Issue: European and Russian Contexts”.
05/31/2017
Gender agenda in BRICS countries - reflections from a side event at CSW61 in New York Rebecca Perkins, Oxfam consultant on gender equality took part in several side events at the 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women in New York. 
05/22/2017
Oxfam in the Russian Federation and Higher School of Economics Institute for Social Policy co-organize a meeting of "Migration studies" regular seminar Oxfam in the Russian Federation and Higher School of Economics Institute for Social Policy hosted a meeting of "Migration studies" regular seminar on 18 May 2017. Dawn Chatty, the Emeritus Professor at Oxford University made a presentation titled "Syria and its refugees: a historical perspective"
04/28/2017
Stories of those who left Aleppo - Mariam Mariam, 55, left Al-Sfeirah area with her family four years ago with only a small bag containing some clothes and food after their house was damaged by a bomb. 
04/25/2017
Stories of those who left Aleppo - Mansour “My grandchildren, aged between 3 and 12, have practically known nothing but this war,” says Mansour, 65. This resident of Al-Bab had to flee the city located 40 kilometres northeast of Aleppo with his family of ten, when fighting became unbearable and living conditions deteriorated dramatically.