Oxfam Chief Executive quits after staff impropriety scandal

Oxfam Chief Executive quits after staff impropriety scandal

Oxfam Chief Executive Mark Goldring will stand down from his post after claims of staff sexual misconduct rocked the firm earlier this year.

Goldring was criticised for his handling of a scandal which centred on claims that aid workers used prostitutes after the Haitian earthquake in 2010. There were further claims that workers who had previously been investigated for their conduct were being re-deployed.

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