Top: Dressed as Homer Simpson, campaigners from Stop Climate Chaos – a coalition of NGOs including Oxfam Ireland – protested outside government buildings in Dublin last November to show how the UN Climate Change Summit taking place a week later in Doha was more likely to be a case of ‘Doh-a’! Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland.
Upper-left: Oxfam Ireland joins other development agencies for the Act Now 2015 appeal to the Irish government to keep its promises on overseas aid, which is supported by eight out of 10 people. Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland. Upper-right: Oxfam campaigners in Belfast demonstrate how Fairtrade goes with everything during Fairtrade Fortnight 2012. Brian Thompson/Presseye.
Lower-left: Festival-goers at last summer’s Electric Picnic show their support for our Ending Poverty Starts with Women campaign. Ger Murphy/Oxfam. Lower-right: Campaigners from the Stop Climate Chaos coalition of NGOs which includes Oxfam Ireland make some noise by blowing hundreds of vuvuzelas outside the Dáil in November 2011 to highlight the slow pace of political action to combat climate change. Ger Murphy/Oxfam.
Bottom: Oxfam supporter Bel Zhong decorates the Spire on Dublin’s O’Connell Street with a giant paper chain to mark the end of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence campaign last month. Sasko Lazarov