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Oxfordshire Pension Fund – Divestment Toolkit

Here are some useful tools to support the pension fund divestment campaign aimed at your Local Government Pension Scheme.
If you want to join together with the existing divestment campaign group please contact Andrew Finney:

Sign the Pension Fund Divestment Petition

Oxfordshire Pension Fund is administered by Oxfordshire County Council. Click on the image to access the Divest Oxfordshire petition.

Engage with the Pension Fund Committee

Send in questions: Use this link then click on Meetings link for info about public participation:  

Write to the Committee Chair:  Cllr. Bob Johnston


Post: Oxfordshire County Council, County Hall, New road, Oxford OX1 1ND

Tell them you are unhappy with continued fossil fuel investment and why

Copy your email or letter to Brunel Pension Partnership: Chief Responsible Investment Officer,

Post: Brunel Pension Partnership, 101 Victoria Street, Bristol, BS1 6PU

Contact the Pension Fund Helpline (Fund members only)

Queries and complaints contact email address and telephone number are here:
Explain you understand the pension fund has investments in fossil fuels and other carbon intensive companies.
Tell them you wish to make a formal complaint as e.g. this is morally, ethically and financially irresponsible, because they are funding climate change, when they should be investing in a safe green future.
Make your complaint statement personal reflecting your own situation and concerns, in your own words.

Grab the UK Divest Guide to Engaging Councillors

Protecting our pensions and the planet: Briefing for councillors

This briefing for councillors outlines what fossil fuel divestment is, how divestment safeguards pensions and our communities, and why now is the time to act.

Pass a Union Branch Motion to Support Divestment

If you belong to a trade union and want to demonstrate support for the divest fossil fuels / invest in climate-friendly pensions campaign, you can ask your union branch to debate and support a motion. Then promote this motion amongst your members, and call them to action.
Here are a couple of examples:

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