If you would like more details or to book a place on any of these events, please email Sara, email@example.com, or call 0141 285 8874.
Oxfam groups have regular meetings throughout the year, to find out more and see if there is a group in your area contact Kezia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Oct 16th & 17th Nourish Conference 2014 "Our Common Wealth of Food", Glasgow Concert Hall
This year Oxfam is joining Nourish Scotland as a partner in their annual conference which will ask if we can use a 'Common Wealth' approach to food. There is enough food for everyone, but people go hungry in Scotland as well as in poorer Commonwealth countries. The conference will be an opportunity to share experiences and ideas with farmers and policymakers from India, Malawi and the Caribbean countries. What would it take for everyone to eat well without messing up the planet? And how should Scotland play its part? There will be a World Food
Day celebration and panel discussion at Glasgow's Old Fruitmarket on the evening of October 16th. You can find out more and book here http://nourishscotland.org/conference-2014-common-wealth-food
Sep 26th Light Fly Fly High, 7.30pm, CCA Glasgow as part of Take One Action Film Festival
A gripping story of defiance, filmed over three eventful years in the life of an inspiring young woman who refuses to compromise her integrity or her dreams. For more information about this screening click here http://www.takeoneaction.org.uk/event/light-fly-fly-high-3
Sep 25th Inequality For All, 8.30pm, Edinburgh Filmhouse as part of Take One Action Film Festival
Does inequality matter? Arguments against its corrosive effects rarely come as cogently and powerfully in this rousing expose. This film charts the history of America's rich/poor and argues that the status quo is not sustainable. For more information about this screening click here http://www.takeoneaction.org.uk/event/inequality-for-all-2
Sep 25th Inequality For All UK Film Premiere, 7.30pm, CCA Glasgow as part of Take One Action Film Festival
Does inequality matter? Arguments against its corrosive effects rarely come as cogently and powerfully in this rousing expose. This film charts the history of America's rich/poor and argues that the status quo is not sustainable. For more information about this screening click here http://www.takeoneaction.org.uk/event/inequality-for-all
Sep 13th Oxfam Scotland Student Summit, 12noon - 4.30pm, St Andrews University
A chance for Oxfam Student societies to get together and plan for the coming year campaigning. Open to current society members and other students interested in getting involved. For more information or to book your place email Emma - email@example.com
Sep 10th & 11th Reinventing Our Economy for People and the Planet, University of Glasgow
A debate and conference about alternative sustainable economic policy asking the key question 'how can we make our economy deliver for wellbeing and sustainability?' To find out more about this event and to register for your place click here http://reinventoureconomy.uk
Jul 25th Focus on Inequality, 9am - 1pm, The Lighthouse, Glasgow
This event is an opportunity to come together and join the discussion on the impact of economic inequality on those in Scotland and to look at ways forward. Oxfam Scotland will be launching a key piece of research on the day and will be joined by one of our partners Gehan Macleod from GalGael to hear more about how they are challenging inequality in Govan and their visions for the future.
We will also be joined by Deputy First Minister Nicola Strugeon MSP and Co-convener of the Green Party Patrick Harvie MSP for Yes Scotland and Deputy Leader of the Scottish Labour Party Anas Sarwar MP and a further speaker, to be confirmed, to represent Better Together, to hear from both sides of the independence debate about what they would do to tackle inequality. Join us to explore global and local inequality, to quiz
the politicians and to ask for action to tackle inequality. For more information, or to book your place, click here.
Apr 30th Scotland's Place in Building a Just World 2014 Matters event, Edinburgh 6.30-9pm
In 2014 Scotland will vote on whether or not to become an independent country. What impact will this have on building a just world and how can all parts of government work to support this aim? Find out more and book tickets here
Apr 12th Campaigners summit *date change*
Oxfam Scotland Office, 10 Bothwell Street, Glasgow, 12noon-4pm. Open to all campaigners across Scotland, the Summit will provide a platform for in-depth discussions of Oxfam's latest campaigns on Climate Change and Inequality. The afternoon will include guest speakers and workshops which will highlight the key issues within these campaigns as well as provide opportunities to brainstorm campaigning strategies for groups and individual campaigners alike. For more details and to book your place email Kezia Griffin: firstname.lastname@example.org
Apr 2nd Constituency Campaigners Training, Scottish Parliament
Tour of the Scottish Parliament and Q&A session with Alison Johnston MSP. Your chance to find out more about the workings of the Scottish Parliament and get some tips about the best way to lobby your local politicians. Booking is essential email Helene - email@example.com - for more details.
Mar 19th Energy, Environment and Climate Change 2014 Matters event, Glasgow University, 7.30-9pm
Speakers include Willie Rennie MSP, Sarah Boyack MSP and Patrick Harvie MSP. Many energy, environmental and climate change problems are global problems that need not only local solutions, but also concerted global action. How can Scotland play its part in helping to tackle these issues, as part of a union, or as an independent country? Find out more and book your place here
Mar 8/9th A Rich Man's World Jubilee Scotland Event, Queen Margaret Union, Glasgow University
In the wake of the global financial crisis and amid continuing austerity cuts and a debate on Scotland future, how do we fight for the world we want? A weekend to inspire and discover the trust behind the economic system. Find out more
Mar 8th Take One Action Film screening
To celebrate International Women's Day, Take One Action Film Festivals and Oxfam Scotland are presenting the "stirring, inspiring portrait of a vigorous campaigner for political and social change" (Variety). Screening at Filmhouse cinema, Edinburgh on Saturday 8 March (exact time TBC). More details