A Cause for Our Times: Oxfam : the First 50 Years
Oxfam, 1992 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
Internationally known and respected, Oxfam is one of Britain's most successful, and controversial, charities. Published to coincide with its fiftieth anniversary, this book charts Oxfam's rise from a small local wartime charity to one of the largest non-government aid agencies, and provides a fascinating insight into the evolution of ideas, work, and policies in the field of development.
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