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Adrian Doherty

Oxfam Scotland Social & Digital Media Volunteer

My long-term voluntary role involves publishing press releases and events to our blog; creating and editing images and video; looking after our full suite of digital assets and social networks, particularly out-of-hours; developing and implementing innovative uses of new tools, technologies and techniques; and helping support staff and volunteers in all aspects of social and digital media. I also work full-time in my own day-job as an experienced IT professional.

All posts by Adrian Doherty

Reaction to Westminster vote on Scottish Limited Partnerships

By Ryan McQuigg, Policy and Public Affairs Manager. ...

Oxfam Expert: Why there needs to be action now on Scottish Limited Partnerships

This content appeared as an opinion piece in The Herald on Tuesday 23 August 2016. ...

Hunger is a reality for millions in Malawi

Imagine only having a third of the food you need to feed your family.  ...

Oxfam campaigners were at Hampden to speak to Coldplay fans about our Stand As One campaign

On Tuesday 7 June, ten enthusiastic Oxfam campaigners headed to Hampden to speak to Coldplay fans about our Stand As One campaign. ...

Today’s ‘More In Common’ event in Portobello, Edinburgh

Jamie Livingstone, Head of Oxfam Scotland, spoke at today's 'More In Common' event in Portobello, Edinburgh. He spoke alongside Kim Wallace, a former Oxfam colleague of Jo who organised...

It’s Volunteers' Week so we’re celebrating some of Oxfam Scotland’s great volunteers.

Michelle Layden is a volunteer in our Bookshop on Glasgow's Victoria Road and here she tells us how she started volunteering and what she gets out of it. ...

Oxfam Scotland Welcomes Global Citizenship Education Funding Boost

Responding to today's announcement that the Scottish Government will provide £300,000 to Scotland's six Development Education Centres (DECs) in 2016/17 ...

What Makes for 'Decent Work' in Scotland?

Initial findings of unique research project with low paid workers published ...

Candidate Cafe events in each of Scotland's eight electoral regions

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. ...

Scots want a more equal Scotland, and a large majority support deeper action to deliver it, new poll reveals

Research released as Oxfam invokes spirit of Burns in new campaign backed by folk singer Sheena Wellington ...