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I oversee all communications and campaigns in Scotland.
Oxfam has launched a global campaign focused on one of the biggest issues of our time: the truly extreme level of inequality.
Even It Up,
In the run up to the referendum, people in Scotland engaged in vibrant discussions about what type of country they want for themselves, their families, their communities and for the country as a...
The richest 3 families in Scotland own more wealth than the poorest 20% of the Scottish population put together, according to a new estimate of inequality released by Oxfam Scotland.
The Scottish Government's "Poverty and Income Inequality" report, out today, reveals that the economic recovery is not making enough of a difference to the poorest, many of...
Poverty in the UK,
Today marks five years since Scotland passed our world leading climate change legislation.
We welcome the findings of a new report from a Scottish Parliamentary committee which links the surge in food bank use in Scotland to welfare reforms.
Looking back it was said with embarrassing dismay: "what do you mean we can't afford coffee?"
The reality of surviving on £1 a day for all food and drink sunk in fast at 6am...
Whether someone is in work or unable to work, they should have access to a decent income that lets them live with dignity.
They say money talks. If that's true, the way we spend public cash should send a clear message.
Oxfam is supporting a major IF campaign seminar to highlight the parallels between the Highland Clearances in Scotland and land grabs taking place right now in developing countries.
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