Cumbria-based head of Oxfam trustees says she is 'ashamed' of charity sex scandal



The Cumbria-based head of trustees at Oxfam has urged the charity to be open and honest about workers involved in sex scandals.
The allegations include one woman who was coerced into sex to receive aid, and sex parties held by aid workers sent to Haiti in the wake of the 2011 earthquake which killed 220,000.
Caroline Thomson, the chairwoman of the charity's trustees, says she will help tighten up recruitment and ensure the charity is more open and transparent.
Ms Thomson has cancelled a holiday in Madeira with husband Lord Roger Liddle, a Cumbria county councillor, to deal with the... read more

 
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