The Oxfam Digital Repository is a collection of Oxfam's published policy, research, and programme learning materials. All items can be accessed free of charge and in full text with resources available in a range of formats (including documents, datasets, presentations, images and videos) and languages. All material contained within the repository is published or contributed to by Oxfam.
Who is the Repository for?
As a permanent repository for Oxfam’s published policy, research and programme learning materials, it is intended for development practitioners, policy makers and academics. We would also encourage these users to visit Oxfam Policy & Practice for additional content including blogs, programme and project pages, campaign and event information, and author profiles.
How do I use the Repository?
You can browse the contents from the list opposite or type your search terms into the search box and press enter. To search using multiple words as a phrase, put quotation marks around the phrase, for example: "climate change adaptation".
Who manages the Repository?
The Oxfam Digital Repository is managed by staff at Oxfam. If you have questions or comments about the repository, please contact us.
Use, re-use, translation and adaptation
For each resources, please see the individual copyright information for use (in advocacy, campaigning, education, and research), re-use in other publications, or for translation or adaptation. If the information is unclear or you have any queries, please contact the Policy & Practice team for more information.
What languages does the repository support?
There are currently publications available in over 30 languages although the majority of content is English.
Can we harvest content from the Repository?
The repository is open to third parties and aggregators interested in harvesting our content and including it in their databases, directories or libraries. If you are interested in doing so, please contact us.
How do I submit a publication to the Repository?
Oxfam staff can submit publications to the repository which meet the requirements for external circulation. To do this you must have a repository account. To register for an account, please use the ‘register’ link in the top right corner. Once you have registered, contact us and we'll go through the submission process.
If you have questions or comments about using the repository, please contact us.