DEC announces Nepal Earthquake Appeal in Scotland. First Minister announces £250,000 Scottish Government donation

The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) in Scotland has today announced its appeal to help survivors of the devastating Nepal earthquake.   ...

Oxfam Scotland response to Trussell Trust report on increase in people using foodbanks

In response to figures from the Trussell Trust, out last week, which show that the number of foodbank users in the UK has topped 1 million, 117,689 of those in Scotland, Jamie Livingstone, Head of...

The world must take big steps forward to make poverty history

Almost ten years after the G8 Summit in Gleneagles, the world must take big steps forward to make poverty history. Too many countries are set to break their promises to make poverty history,...

Musician Emeli Sande joins the battle against inequality

Award winning Scottish musician and songwriter, Emeli Sande, visited Oxfam programmes in Zambia to raise awareness of how inequality affects the lives of people there. ...

Latest reports on inequality in Scotland must lead to action

Oxfam Scotland's response to the Scottish Government's latest Wealth and Assets Survey 2006-2012, published alongside the Public Attitudes to Poverty, Inequality and Welfare in Scotland and...

Oxfam's response to launch of Scotland's Economic Strategy document by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon

Jamie Livingstone, Head of Oxfam Scotland, said: "It is highly encouraging to hear the priority placed by the First Minister on tackling inequality. ...

Showing the Love around Scotland

By Kezia Griffin, Campaigner, Oxfam Scotland ...

Stop Mummy! You are killing the polar bears...

Guest blog by Dilraj Kaur, Development Officer, Saving Energy Saves Money Project, with Oxfam's partner Amina Muslim Women's Resource Centre M(WRC) ...

New funding announced from the Scottish Government

By Angus Nelson, Head of Fundraising in Scotland  Oxfam Scotland is delighted to have received further substantial support from the Scottish Government for our work in Malawi, as part...

Scots Asked To Show The Love for Things We Could Lose Due To Climate Change

Oxfam Scotland, as part of Stop climate Chaos Scotland, is encouraging people to take part in special events happening all across Scotland on 14th and 15th February to show how the things they love...

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