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Oxjam celebrates 10 years of making music and making a difference

For us, and for music-lovers all over Scotland and throughout the UK, October means Oxjam. And this year is a special celebration as Oxjam celebrates its 10th birthday. ...

Oxfam campaigners were at Hampden to speak to Coldplay fans about our Stand As One campaign

On Tuesday 7 June, ten enthusiastic Oxfam campaigners headed to Hampden to speak to Coldplay fans about our Stand As One campaign. ...

Scots Asked To Show The Love for Things We Could Lose Due To Climate Change

Oxfam Scotland, as part of Stop climate Chaos Scotland, is encouraging people to take part in special events happening all across Scotland on 14th and 15th February to show how the things they love...

Oxjam Scotland - Great Music for a Great Cause

by Ruth Laird, Oxjam Regional Coordinator-Scotland.  For teams of Oxfam volunteers October has been Oxjam month: Oxfam's month of music, with hundreds of gigs and festivals happening the...

Our Commonwealth of Food - Nourish Conference 2014

Guest blog by Pete Ritchie, Executive Director of Nourish Scotland ...

Oxfam Scotland Film Premiere - Free!

Halima's Story and Exaveria's Story Two short films highlighting Oxfam's work in Tanzania, funded by the Scottish Government.  Key note speaker: Humza...

Hot Chip Vinyl Emporium to play Scottish gig for Oxfam

Oxfam and Domino have today announced that Hot Chip will be taking over the Oxfam music shop in Byres Road shop in Glasgow on Friday 12th October.   The Oxfam shop will give up its...

War Witch film screening as part of Take One Action

Film Screenings

WAR WITCH If you love film and are passionate about global change - don't miss the Take One Action film festival.  ...

Why 'We Can' make a difference in Pakistan. Farah Khushi, Scottish Circle founder, explains

Growing up in Pakistan, women used to come to visit my Grandmother. At her side, I listened in shock as they explained how they had been beaten by their husbands - often badly. It's not the horror...

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