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Campaign with Christian Aid Scotland

Find out what needs to happen to make the world a fairer place - and how you can get involved.

Climate campaigners in front of Edinburgh castle

To end global poverty, we need to challenge its causes, not just its symptoms.

Christian Aid Scotland takes Christian Aid's UK campaigns to audiences in Scotland and works with partners in Scotland to influence our own decision-makers too.

We currently focus our campaigning energy on climate justice and tax justice.

  • Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.'

Margaret Mead, anthropologist

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You will find all the latest information about campaign activities in Scotland in the articles below. You can also find out more by emailing our Campaigns OfficerDiane Green or by calling her on 0141 241 6136.


 

Take One Action Film Festival

Caleb Behn in Fractured Land

Christian Aid Scotland supports Take One Action Film Festival, which celebrates the people and movies that are changing the world.

Films and more

Roseanna Cunningham

Portrait of Roseanna Cunningham

Roseanna Cunningham, the new Cabinet Secretary for the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform, shares her vision for Scotland's approach to climate change over the coming years.

Leading role

Speak Up Scotland

Christian Aid Scotland staff at Westminster

This autumn, we're asking you to Speak Up for the climate again, and to join our lobby of Holyrood with Stop Climate Chaos Scotland.

Join us

Great news for Scotland's climate campaigners

Christian Aid campaigner in front of wind turbines

Scotland's campaigners against climate change have received a huge boost from the news that Scotland has exceeded its 2020 target for cutting greenhouse gases six years early.

Ambition

New Scottish Parliamentary term heralds great opportunities

Christian Aid campaigner and Russian dolls outside SECC Glasgow

As a new Parliament begins at Holyrood, Christian Aid Scotland commits to encouraging MSPs to move beyond aid.

Beyond aid

Global climate deal

Climate campaigners at a rally in Edinburgh

The UN agreement signed in Paris last December has the potential to transform the world's response to climate change.

Next steps

Paris reflection

Group including Sally Foster Fulton with Eco-congregation Scotland climate justice baton

In December, Rev Sally Foster Fulton took Eco-Congregation Scotland's climate justice baton to the UN climate talks in Paris.

Time to act

Scotland's Climate March

Christian Aid supporters in Princes Street Gardens

More than 5,000 people marched through Edinburgh on Saturday 28 November as part of a global weekend of climate action.

What a day

One million ways to make a difference

Woman in community garden

Every action you take on climate change is part of a much bigger picture.

Share ideas

For the love of campaign

For the Love Of campaign logo

Our new climate change campaign, For the love of, is one of a number of exciting ways to take climate action with us. Tell us what you love.

Act

Success with the Scottish Procurement Reform Bill

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Christian Aid campaigners have helped to ensure that the Scottish Procurement Reform Bill has delivered a fair trade boost.

What we achieved

Celebrating the IF campaign

IF campaign Scottish launch

Christian Aid Scotland's senior policy and advocacy advisor, Chris Hegarty, looks back at what the IF campaign achieved in Scotland.

Achievements

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