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Mora McLagan

Commissioning Editor - Communications

Mora McLagan

Mora joined Oxfam in 2011 to work with the UK Poverty Programme (UKPP) as a Campaign and Communications Manager, developing Oxfam's first campaigning work around UK poverty and inequality.   She is now a Commissioning Editor in the Communications Team at Oxfam, responsible for story content for marketing, campaigns, media and fundraising needs.

Mora originally trained to work in international development as an anthropologist, working in South and South East Asia on development and research programmes with a focus on women's and indigenous rights. But her overseas experiences stirred an ambition to work in campaigning journalism, and from 2004-2011 Mora worked for the BBC, Channel 4 and Sky 1 on a range of mainly current affairs programmes like Panorama, This World and Unreported World. She is now focusing on creating content for Oxfam's new global campaign on Inequality.

All posts by Mora McLagan

There is hunger right on our doorstep

Though the UK is the seventh richest country in the world, half a million households right here on our doorstep need emergency food aid. ...

‘Bags of Attitude’ hits UK Parliament as The Perfect Storm paper launches

Sophie Fosker and Mora McLagan talk about how a stunning new Oxfam exhibition shows how personally the politics crafted at Westminster can bite back home. The security systems at Westminster...

The Magic Breakfast that keeps school kids from going hungry

Oxfam believes that everybody in the UK should have enough money to feed themselves and their families, whether they are in or out of work.  That's why I paid a visit last Friday to The...