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Francis is Research and Policy Advisor for Oxfam's UK Poverty Programme in Scotland. Most recently he has been leading a research study with low paid workers on what makes for 'decent work'. Francis also works closely with colleagues at the University of West of Scotland as part of the UWS-Oxfam partnership. Prior to joining Oxfam, Francis worked as a Policy Officer for the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations and as a Parliamentary Officer for Friends of the Earth Scotland. He is a board member of Falkland Estate Trust.
RT @closethepaygap: Today on our blog @FrancisStuart1 of @OxfamScotland asks what does decent work mean to women? https://t.co/slYg7IcyDu
29 September 2016
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