Malawi crop picking

Adapting to Climate Change in Malawi

Kathryn Porteous recently visited Malawi to find out how Scottish Oxfam projects are yielding results for some of Africa's poorest people. ...

Ending food poverty in Scotland

New figures released by the Trussell Trust show that in the last financial year the number of people in Scotland who turned to food banks increased fivefold from 14,000 to over 71,000...

Rising inequality - and what we can do about it

Oxfam recently revealed that the five richest families in the UK are wealthier than the bottom 20% of the entire population. That's just five households with more money than 12.6 million people...

Danny Alexander MP backs Oxfam Inverness’s Syria campaign

One of our Shop Campaign Champions David Smith proved just how much they can achieve when Highland MP Danny Alexander visited our outlet in Inverness last month (March 21) to back their campaign...

We are failing too many people

Whether someone is in work or unable to work, they should have access to a decent income that lets them live with dignity. ...

St Andrews supporters take action for Syria

Guest blog by Eilidh Beaton, constituency campaigner with University of St Andrews Oxfam Society. ...

Is the Community Empowerment Bill 'Humankind'?

How do we judge whether new policy proposals would improve Scotland's 'prosperity'? ...

Worrying Surge in Foodbank Use

New figures released as the Scottish Parliament debate increasing use of foodbanks ...

Scots Politicians Debate Oxfam's Life Lives for Good campaign

We would like to thank John Finnie MSP who hosted a Members Debate on Tuesday which saw the Scottish Parliament discuss our Life Lives for Good campaign.  We saw politicians from across the...

Shop Donations Doubled By UK Government

Money Raised Will Be Matched.  ...

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