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Oxfam events in Scotland

If you would like more details or to book a place on any of these events, please email Suzanne,, or call 0141 285 8850. 


Oxfam/SCCS Candidate Cafes - register here

The Scottish election in May 2016 creates an opportunity for every political party to commit to creating a more equal Scotland within a more equal world. In October, Oxfam outlined our policy priorities for the Scottish Parliament both now and beyond the election - read our policy paper.

We know the Scottish Parliament can't do everything, but it can do more.

In the run-up to these important elections, we're giving you the chance to chat to local political candidates about the issues that matter to you.

Oxfam is holding Candidate Cafe events in each of Scotland's eight electoral regions. One candidate from each of the five parties currently represented at the Scottish Parliament will be there chatting to members of the public. 

  • Edinburgh, Wed 9 March 5:30-7:30pm, St Andrews And St George's West
  • Irvine, Mon 14 March 5:30-7:30pm, Volunteer Rooms
  • Glasgow, Tue 15 March 5:30-7:30pm, Hillhead Library
  • Dundee, Sat 19 March 12:30-2:30pm, Discovery Point
  • Stirling, Mon 21 March 5:30-7:30pm, Council Chambers

Oxfam Scotland is proud to host these events in partnership with Stop Climate Chaos Scotland (SCCS).

As a charity, Oxfam is strictly non-party political. By registering to attend this event, participants agree to act with respect towards all candidates and fellow members of the public. 

Find out more and register to attend here.

Take One Action Film Festival

We are a proud partner of Take One Action film festivals. Take One Action celebrates the people and movies that are changing the world, from Argyll to Zimbabwe. We believe small actions lead to big ones, and that we all make a difference.

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30 April - Scotland's Place in Building a Just World 2014 Matters event, Edinburgh 6.30-9pm

In 2014 Scotland will vote on whether or not to become an independent country. What impact will this have on building a just world and how can all parts of government work to support this aim?