If Oxfam were a company it would be dying now

Oxfam abuse victims were sent back to war zones after raising complaints against aid workers, it was claimed in an official report exposing the scale of the scandal that engulfed the charity.

They’re not quite spelling it out here.

If someone complained of sexual abuse by Oxfam staff they would – OK, could – be plucked out of their refugee camp and sent back to what they had been fleeing.

That’s the sort of thing any – consumer facing at least – business wouldn’t survive. Markets having their uses in controlling producer behaviour

7 comments on “If Oxfam were a company it would be dying now

  1. Anyone remember that charity the Left put the boot into because women as waitresses at their functions got the odd pat on the arse? For some reason there was terrific noise about that one, nothing at all about Oxfam.

    It’s as if Oxfam were one of them and useful, but the other one wasn’t…

  2. And Oxfam have “tripled their safeguarding budget”, so they can not report any allegations to the police and deport women back to war zones three times faster than they used to!

  3. Oxfam abuse victims were sent back to war zones after raising complaints against aid workers

    You see, repatriation IS possible for these people when it is in their interests!

  4. The ends justifies the means Comrade……………when you’re doing ‘good works’ a few eggs may get broken…………..

  5. Imagine, just imagine if the Catholic Church did that to those complaining of clerical abuse. Just imagine from where the loudest condemnation would come.

  6. Is the Graun running a story on this? I didn’t notice one when I skimmed the site this morning

  7. Falling donations and increasing expenditure must make excellent arguments for more taxpayer subsidy. Trebles all round!

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