Oxfam admitted that some employees engaged in sexual misconduct while doing disaster work in Haiti. Photo: Reuters Oxfam admitted that some employees engaged in sexual misconduct while doing disaster work in Haiti. Photo: Reuters
Oxfam admitted that some employees engaged in sexual misconduct while doing disaster work in Haiti. Photo: Reuters
Niall Fraser
Opinion

Opinion

Flying Sand by Niall Fraser

Oxfam scandal highlights the real sickness in society: huge problem of worsening wealth inequality 

We have witnessed a media orgy of outrage over the sexual behaviour of fewer than a dirty dozen individuals that took place almost a decade ago and which will only damage the interests of the most vulnerable, writes Niall Fraser 

Oxfam admitted that some employees engaged in sexual misconduct while doing disaster work in Haiti. Photo: Reuters Oxfam admitted that some employees engaged in sexual misconduct while doing disaster work in Haiti. Photo: Reuters
Oxfam admitted that some employees engaged in sexual misconduct while doing disaster work in Haiti. Photo: Reuters
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Niall Fraser

Niall Fraser

Niall Fraser is a an award-winning journalist with more than 30 years of experience in Hong Kong, Asia and the wider world. He is a former editor of the Sunday Morning Post.