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Francis is Policy and Research Adviser for Oxfam's UK Poverty Programme in Scotland. This involves taking forward Oxfam's Humankind Index, a measure of Scotland's real prosperity developed through wide ranging community consultation as well as the forthcoming publication 'Our Economy'. It also involves working with Oxfam's programme partners and other stakeholders to help develop policy positions and respond to Government policy and legislation.
Prior to joining Oxfam Francis worked as a Policy Officer for the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations and as Parliamentary Officer for Friends of the Earth Scotland.
Francis is a board member of the Fred Edwards Trust and Falkland Estate Trust.
Ahead of a Scottish Parliament debate on the Community Empowerment Bill stage 1 report, Oxfam Scotland's Policy and Research Adviser Francis Stuart takes a closer look at how...
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