OXFAM sex exploitation

Re: OXFAM sex exploitation

Postby Guest » Sun Feb 18, 2018 4:36 pm

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Guest wrote:'You could still smell the bodies in the air, but on a clear night you could look up at one of the few remaining buildings which hadn’t been torn down by the tsunami, see the twinkling of fairy lights and hear the clinking of bottles. Oxfam had made their office in this building, and on the roof they had set up a bar, where aid workers from all the other organisations would flock to drink the night away before, invariably, getting together with someone from another agency.'

Telegraph exposee from an aid worker, recounting in this instance the tsunami in indonesia 2004

These OXFAM workers head off on these 'missions' primarily on a jolly. Sick


Is there a rule that says aid workers shouldn't drink alcohol in their spare time?


Just perhaps a moral duty not to piss it up night after night in the midst of massive human tragedy i would say.
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Re: OXFAM sex exploitation

Postby Cannydc » Sun Feb 18, 2018 6:40 pm

Guest wrote:
Lambert wrote:
Guest wrote:'You could still smell the bodies in the air, but on a clear night you could look up at one of the few remaining buildings which hadn’t been torn down by the tsunami, see the twinkling of fairy lights and hear the clinking of bottles. Oxfam had made their office in this building, and on the roof they had set up a bar, where aid workers from all the other organisations would flock to drink the night away before, invariably, getting together with someone from another agency.'

Telegraph exposee from an aid worker, recounting in this instance the tsunami in indonesia 2004

These OXFAM workers head off on these 'missions' primarily on a jolly. Sick


Is there a rule that says aid workers shouldn't drink alcohol in their spare time?


Just perhaps a moral duty not to piss it up night after night in the midst of massive human tragedy i would say.


Agreed. Hardly a good reason for a party, is it ?
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Re: OXFAM sex exploitation

Postby Lambert » Mon Feb 19, 2018 2:55 pm

Guest wrote:
Lambert wrote:
Guest wrote:'You could still smell the bodies in the air, but on a clear night you could look up at one of the few remaining buildings which hadn’t been torn down by the tsunami, see the twinkling of fairy lights and hear the clinking of bottles. Oxfam had made their office in this building, and on the roof they had set up a bar, where aid workers from all the other organisations would flock to drink the night away before, invariably, getting together with someone from another agency.'

Telegraph exposee from an aid worker, recounting in this instance the tsunami in indonesia 2004

These OXFAM workers head off on these 'missions' primarily on a jolly. Sick


Is there a rule that says aid workers shouldn't drink alcohol in their spare time?


Just perhaps a moral duty not to piss it up night after night in the midst of massive human tragedy i would say.


What difference does drinking alcohol in their spare time make to anything? They're out there saving lives, it's a bit rich to get all precious about them enjoying themselves when they're not at work.
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