Oxfam, the U.K. anti-poverty charity, is learning the hard way one of the most basic lessons of crisis communications: When there’s wrongdoing in your organization, don’t try to hide it. Get the story out there at once. Purge. Oxfam didn’t do that and it is now haunted by its decision.
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