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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

Are you inspired for change?

You can build a better future for all in a million different ways. Why not get started on building a movement for change today?  

Sign up to receive our regular campaigns updates and be inspired to change the world.

And if you want to do even more, then why not become a local lobbyist?

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.


Scotland - Act on Climate!

Christian Aid walkers at Whitelee windfarm

Join us in asking the First Minister to commit to a strong Climate Change Act.

New bill

Scottish campaigns spring clean

Group photo

Recent campaigns work in Scotland

Find out more

The Big Shift - Clean up our cash

Big Shift Clean up our cash graphic

We all want to save for a rainy day, but what if our money is causing the storm?

Act now

Speak Up for the climate

Climate campaigners at Holyrood

Christian Aid Scotland supporters have been speaking up for the climate.

Thank you

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

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.


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

Christiand Aid Scotland

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