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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.
Guest blog by Eilidh Beaton, constituency campaigner with University of St Andrews Oxfam Society.
New figures released as the Scottish Parliament debate increasing use of foodbanks
By Anne Kane, Oxfam Scotland, Curriculum Adviser
Some of Scotland's leading writers are holding a special evening of entertainment in Glasgow, raising money to support farms in the developing world as part of Oxfam's Grow campaign.
New mothers in Scotland are being asked to compare their experiences of childbirth to those of their counterparts in Ghana as part of a new Oxfam campaign to improve maternal health care across the...
A network of high-profile women yesterday marked the formation of the Scottish Circle, a new group dedicated to campaigning and fundraising for women's rights at home and abroad.
Oxfam poll reveals Scots are skipping meals to feed their children. Growing concern pensioners are being forced to "ration" food.
Poverty in the UK
Oxfam Scotland today [Thu 22nd] highlighted the scandal of the modern day 'clearances' being carried out in the developing world by creating a crop of Scotland silhouettes outside the Scottish...
More than half of all Scots believe the Government should introduce a new financial transaction tax (FTT) to be spent on fighting poverty at home and abroad, according to a new poll released today...
Reacting to Alex Salmond's speech on climate change this morning, Oxfam Scotland head Judith Robertson says the Scottish Government should now deliver on its manifesto commitment.
Climate change adaptation,
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