Environment & International

Song of the Clyde: saving Scotland’s greatest river

How the community and voluntary sector is reviving Scotland's greatest river

23rd February 2018 by Graham Martin

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Justin Forsyth resigns after misconduct cases

Unicef executive director resigns saying negative stories would affect organisation

23rd February 2018 by Robert Armour

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Brexit and big business threat to human rights

Human rights in the UK are suffering a double-pronged attack from Brexit and big business interests, warns Amnesty

22nd February 2018 by Graham Martin

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Oxfam crisis cannot become weapon against aid sector

Jane Salmonson says powerful and vocal elements of society can't be allowed to use Oxfam crisis as an excuse to cut aid UK budget

21st February 2018 by TFN Guest

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Public shouldn’t turn their back on vital humanitarian work

Richard Cambridge, a humanitarian worker for International Red Cross, says the public needs to back aid charities

21st February 2018 by TFN Guest

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Union bosses want answers over Oxfam jobs

Charity agrees not to bid for government cash

20th February 2018 by Robert Armour

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Brexit could hit human rights in Scotland

Charities and other groups have backed the Scotland Declaration on Human Rights

19th February 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Scots aid charities report sexual misconduct

Aid charities are being forced to reveal sexual misconduct probes after Oxfam scandal

19th February 2018 by Robert Armour

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Mary’s Meals reveals misconduct case

Argyll-based charity says case was dealt with swiftly

16th February 2018 by Robert Armour

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Ban wind farms from wild areas

Scotland’s official Wild Land Areas should be a no-go zone for large-scale commercial wind farms say campaigners

16th February 2018 by Graham Martin

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Charities slurred by vicious, right wing fake news

Right wingers are undermining charities by slurring them with vicious fake news stories

16th February 2018 by Graham Martin

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OSCR reports 13 cases of sexual misconduct in past two years

​Regulator says abuse cases were reported to Police Scotland

16th February 2018 by Robert Armour

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SCIAF reassures supporters after confirming two sex cases

​Charity says it moved swiftly after the incidents which took place in 2012 and 2016

15th February 2018 by Robert Armour

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The end doesn’t justify the means for charities

Susan Smith says the Oxfam crisis highlights why all charities must be values-led organisations

14th February 2018 by Susan Smith

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Save this planet: Eat Local

​Bruce McInnes runs a campaign encouraging local retailers in Glasgow to source locally - and it's working

13th February 2018 by Robert Armour

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Human rights fellowship launched in Scotland

Two international campaigners will be invited to Scotland to study and work with campaigning organisations here

13th February 2018 by Gareth Jones

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We can’t let Oxfam crisis distract from our vital work

​Kevin Watkins, Save the Children chief executive, says the Oxfam crisis is rooted in the male abuse of power

12th February 2018 by Robert Armour

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Oxfam crisis deepens as chief executive fights to save job

Charity has to prove "moral leadership" in wake of sex scandal

12th February 2018 by Robert Armour

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Poll: should live transportation of farm animals be banned?

TFN poll: should the live transportation of farm animals be banned?

8th February 2018 by Gareth Jones

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