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‘I’m so proud of the progress I’ve made’

Eiman Mirghani is a chemistry student, blogger, advocate for peace and New Scot. She arrived in Glasgow last year after being forced to flee her home in Sudan. Here, she blogs about how participating...

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A wee message from a New Scot

Today people around the world are gathering to celebrate World Refugee Day. ...

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Scotland rolls out the welcome mat to mark World Refugee Day

Event to be held 11-12pm Wednesday 20 June, George Square. ...

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Museum Without A Home finds refuge in Glasgow

Award-winning exhibition to be held during Refugee Festival Scotland. ...

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A Good Food Nation doesn’t leave others hungry

Teresa is from Lowareng'ak, an area in Turkana, northern Kenya. It hasn't rained there for over a year. ...

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Celebrating our volunteers

Today marks the beginning of Volunteers' Week: a national celebration of the difference volunteers make across the UK. Oxfam's lucky enough to be supported by a dedicated team...

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Life saving work is what we do best

Jamie Livingstone, head of Oxfam Scotland, says the charity's work in Yemen proves its worth amid recent media attention. ...

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More than 80% of new global wealth goes to top 1% while poorest half get nothing - Oxfam

Eighty-two percent of wealth generated last year across the world went to the richest one percent of the global population, while the 3.7 billion people who make up the poorest half saw no increase,...

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Oxfam’s Scottish shops’ Christmas sales hit 5 year high

Oxfam's Scottish shops enjoyed a bumper Christmas trading period, with sales hitting a five-year high. ...

Decent Work – do we need more carrot and stick in Scotland?

From our work around the world, it is clear that jobs are a critical driver of development in the world's poorest countries. However, with one in four global workers earning less than $2 a day,...

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