Activists were out campaigning this weekend, check out Laura's blog about what was happening in Glasgow http://www.oxfam.org.uk/scotland/blog/2012/12/sold-to-greedy-investors-royal-concert-hall-city-chambers-and-the-gallery-of-modern-art
We are supporting screenings of two great films at Take One Action film festival, find out more details here: http://www.oxfam.org.uk/scotland/blog/2012/09/film-screenings
It's time for clarity. Ask Coca-Cola to show where their sugar comes from. SHARE and take our Behind the Brands action here: http://www.behindthebrands.org/en/actnow
Civil War in Syria - Wow! #Syria #syrian #middleeast #islam #arab #Kurd #rojava #Damascus #Aleppo #Nowar #peace #assad
#LoveSyria #LoveWickerHearts #Love campaigning in the sunshine with @Darren Himebrook Vogelsang Scotland! via @OxfamGlasgow
Downton's Lady Mary appeal for Syria, Philippines recovery, Scotland's place in a just world & more in our Newsletter http://icontact-archive.com/rRNQRindhS4J4f9vMYKJ3zAKdaCV2Clv
From @ClimatEdinburgh Please bring your friends to the #PeoplesClimate March, Edinburgh this Sunday! Spread the word! https://twitter.com/ClimatEdinburgh/status/513001219577888768
"The world's 100 richest people earned enough money last year to end world extreme poverty four times over, according to a new report released by international rights group and charity Oxfam. The $240 billion net income of the world's 100 richest billionaires would have ended poverty four times over, according to the London-based group's report released on Saturday."