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Oxfam Scotland reaction to announcement of Poverty and Inequality Commission

The First Minister has announced the creation of a new Poverty and Inequality Commission following two years of campaigning by Oxfam Scotland and our supporters. ...

Scotland's Poverty and Inequality Commission must be bold and independent

Scotland's new Poverty and Inequality Commission must be bold and independent - Oxfam Report released ahead of the Commission's launch and as new poll reveals Scots want a more equal...

Oxfam Scotland welcomes UK Government review of Scottish Limited Partnerships

The Secretary of State for Scotland today confirmed that a review of Scottish Limited Partnerships (SLPs) will take place following months of public campaigning by Oxfam and its supporters. ...

Scottish Limited Partnerships - all Holyrood parties support Oxfam's campaign

Scottish parties unite to back Oxfam campaign to make sure a Scottish legal mechanism isn't helping tax dodgers ...

A Menu for Change: Cash, Rights, Food

New partnership to prevent food poverty in Scotland receives funding from The Big Lottery Fund ...

Desperate measures: worsening food crisis in Malawi driving people towards extreme coping mechanisms

Oxfam Scotland finds urgent need in Scotland's core international development partner country ...

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Let's make sure Scotland isn't helping tax dodgers

Oxfam Scotland calls for political action to ensure Scotland isn't helping tax dodgers Oxfam Scotland launches a new campaign today to encourage senior politicians in Scotland to back...

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Oxfam launches emergency Malawi food crisis appeal in Scotland

Oxfam Scotland today launched an emergency appeal to provide urgent help to millions of people in Malawi affected by drought. Southern Africa's worst drought in 35 years has been caused by the...

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Oxfam Scotland reacts to latest poverty and inequality figures

Reacting to the publication of national statistics for poverty in Scotland in 2014/15 [1], Jamie Livingstone, Head of Oxfam Scotland, said: "It is clear that not enough progress is being...

Oxfam Scotland welcomes Scottish Government climate justice pledge

Oxfam Scotland has warmly welcomed First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's pledge to increase investment in the Scottish Government's Climate Justice Fund to £12 million over the next four years...