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Lisa Stewart

Campaigns and Communications Manager, Oxfam Scotland

Lisa joined Oxfam in 2015 and leads on the design, delivery and monitoring of Oxfam's campaigns and communications output in Scotland. It is Lisa's job to coordinate high quality advocacy and leading supporter engagement, across global and domestic issues. Lisa has experience in journalism, media relations and corporate social responsibility.

lstewart1@oxfam.org.uk

All posts by Lisa Stewart

A strong Climate Change Bill for Scotland

Take action today - have your say on Scotland's Climate Change Act ...

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. ...

Campaigners form a human chain in George Square

Help reunite refugee families

Today Oxfam Scotland marked World Refugee Day alongside colleagues at Amnesty Scotland, Scottish Refugee Council and many other organisations and individuals to #StandAsOne with refugees around the...

Standing as one with refugees at Scottish festivals

By Lindsey McGhie Lindsey is coordinating Oxfam's festival campaigning throughout Scotland in summer 2017. ...

Campaign at Scottish festivals

Can you inspire others to Stand As One with people forced to flee? This year Oxfam is taking our Stand As One campaign to festivals across Scotland, asking people to stand together with people...

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 the unveiling of the Scottish Government's new Emergency Fund

Responding to the unveiling of the Scottish Government's new Humanitarian Emergency Fund, Angus Nelson, Head of Fundraising for Oxfam Scotland, said: "Oxfam is delighted that this...

Decent Work for women in Scotland

By Suzanne Crimin, Special Projects Officer, Oxfam GB Today is International Women's Day - a time to celebrate women's rights and the contribution of women in all parts...

Tax Tour Edinburgh - one student shares what she learned

By Caitlin Price, President of Oxfam St Andrews Student Society ...

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We're hiring: recruitment for A Menu For Change project team

Do you want to be part of an innovative three-year project which has the potential to have major impact on addressing food insecurity in Scotland?   Oxfam Scotland, the Poverty...