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Unacceptable numbers of people living in poverty highlighted in new Scottish Government report

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...

Five today... Scotland's Climate Change Act

Today marks five years since Scotland passed our world leading climate change legislation.  ...

Why Our Climate Targets Matter

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

Big rise in UK food poverty sees more than 20m meals given out in last year

Scottish Food bank provider warns against food banks becoming "new norm" ...

Welfare Reform a "significant cause" of Rise in Food Banks

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. ...

Inequality in Scotland

Ryan McQuigg, Policy and Public Affairs Manager at Oxfam Scotland, takes a closer look at inequality. ...

Crisis in South Sudan - We cannot afford to wait and we cannot afford to fail

Today we are launching an urgent appeal for funds to help the people of South Sudan as the crisis reaches a 'now or never moment'. More than a million people have been forced from...

Life Below the Line

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...

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...

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