The Christmas (Michaelmas) term was all about getting new people involved, and what better way than a party! Fear not for this was our Roots & Shoots fundraising extravganza. To raise enough money to send our books to Madagascar we held a Malagasy themed party deep in the heart of Keble College’s bar. With music and […]
Roots and Shoots Oxford started this year by filling its members with new angles on current affairs. We held film screenings of ‘The Cove’, a beautifully shot documentary detailing how a group of activists attempt to stop Japanese fishers illegally catching dolphins. A showing of ‘Crude’ was provided in the wake of the Louisiana oil […]
Oxford Roots & Shoots has recently fostered links with Roots & Shoots Madagascar, which despite being only a few years old, has established groups in schools all over the country. One of the goals of our recent collaboration is to provide young people in Oxfordshire with the opportunity to learn more about Madagascar. But not […]
The Oxford Roots & Shoots ‘Madagascar campaign’ sprung to life in May 2010, just towards the end of the academic year. Josia Razafindramanana gave us a kick start to our projects, having coordinated Roots & Shoots in Madagascar. We began with our end of academic year book collection, with desperately needed books to be sent […]
University of Oxford joined Roots & Shoots: Mission Possible today. You can see where the University of Oxford is on a map and read about their local environment here.