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Decent Work report presented at Scottish Parliament

Decent Work Report Launch Event, Scottish Parliament, 07/09/2016: From left are: Dr Sally Wright (Senior Research Fellow at Warwick University), Francis Stuart (Oxfam Scotland's Research and Policy Adviser), Keith Brown MSP (Cabinet Secretary for the Economy, Jobs and Fair Work), Ivan McKee MSP (event sponsor) and Dr Hartwig Pautz ( Lecturer in Social Sciences at the University of the West of Scotland). Photography for Oxfam Scotland from: Colin Hattersley Photography - colinhattersley@btinternet.com - www.colinhattersley.com - 07974 957 388
Decent Work Report Launch Event, Scottish Parliament, 07/09/2016:
From left are: Dr Sally Wright (Senior Research Fellow at Warwick University), Francis Stuart (Oxfam Scotland’s Research and Policy Adviser), Keith Brown MSP (Cabinet Secretary for the Economy, Jobs and Fair Work), Ivan McKee MSP (event sponsor) and Dr Hartwig Pautz ( Lecturer in Social Sciences at the University of the West of Scotland).
Photography: Colin Hattersley www.colinhattersley.com

On September 7th 2016, the Partnership presented the final report from the ‘Decent Work in Scotland’ project: ‘Decent Work for Scotland’s low-paid workers: a job to be done’ to the public at the Scottish Parliament. At the event, sponsored by Ivan McKee MSP, speakers from Oxfam and UWS but also – and most importantly – two research participants informed the audience of policy field stakeholders and politicians, including the Cabinet Secretary for the Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Keith Brown, about the findings of the research. 

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