Dr Jo Ferrie

  • Senior Lecturer (Sociology)
  • Lecturer (Institute of Health & Wellbeing)
  • Associate (School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing)

telephone: 01413303175
email: Jo.Ferrie@glasgow.ac.uk

R1001, Adam Smith Building, Glasgow G12 8RT

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-6498-174X

Biography

 

All of my work seeks to understand better, in order to teach better. 

I am an expert in social research methods and in teaching social research methods. 

I also have expertise in understanding the barriers experienced by disabled people; and the value of human rights frameworks to remove barriers to being and doing. As well as researching in these fields, I am interested in how we can trigger change through research, that is, how do we, often with communities, create learning environments for those in power, to do better? How do we get duty bearers to engage? And what should they learn? 

 

Teaching Methods:

As a lecturer in undergraduate and postgraduate social research methods at the University of Glasgow, working in Sociology; across the School of Social & Political Sciences and across the College of Social Sciences:

As Founding Director of Glasgow Q-Step Centre, and

As Deputy Director for Training at Scotland's ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership, the Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences:

I am passionate about creating learning environments that teach research methods well. I have built undergraduate, postgraduate methods learning environments and contributed to those that help colleagues through the Research Development team and the MEd in Academic Practice hosted by LEADS. 

The mission here is fivefold:

  • to create learning environments that are accessible;
  • where students are able, over the course of their studies, to produce rigorous and robust research
  • to teach methods that draw from and can contribute to disciplinary research questions
  • to produce research that students feel confident in
  • and that is useful - either in broadening what is known by a discipline and/or having impact beyond the academy

Writing and Methods

I am particularly interested in improving data-driven research and how we use digital methodologies to help challenge the imposed dichotomy of qualitative and quantitative approaches. I have been working with Technopolis on a UKRI/ESRC project through 2020 and 2021. 

I am also very interested in how we better capture emotion created through research; and represent it in our writing fully, and avoiding the mistake of removing it as a signifier of subjectivity which serves only to sterilise our work. I have taught on this and written about how to teach emotion. 

Further, I'm interested in how we build confidence in all research methods and better engage students in how to approach the methods learning environments which are inherently different from substantive learning. 

Methods Teaching

I have helped build training programmes at Glasgow and across Scotland.

I am the Founding Director of Glasgow Q-Step Centre, a £3 million investment from Nuffield, ESRC and the University of Glasgow in creating a step-change in data fluency and analysis skills using quantitative methods, in the social sciences. I have led a team of lecturers in the School of Social & Political Science; School of Education and School of Maths & Statistics, that has produced 6 new 'with Quantitative Method degrees' and changed the landscape of methods learning in College of Social Sciences. Programme content has been carefully crafted to, and course development included peer-review strategies to make the most of our opportunity to build this learning environment. Student performance has been exceptional including 2020 graduates, >70% have graduated with first class honours (compared to <30% more broadly in the School). Further our internship scheme has created work-based learning environments in research centres and civil society partners delivering 8+ years of research work into the Scottish economy. 

I am also Deputy Director - Training for the Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences, and as such, seconded half-time to this role based at the University of Edinburgh. I lead on all training initiatives across SGSSS, partnering with 16 institutions in Scotland with a significant social science base. Over 800+ hours synchronous training is offered annually, and a growing repository of learning materials is improving access for over 5000 Scottish post-graduate students. Innovations to the programme include the Business Booster training with industry partners leading to publications; the student-led training fund; and using our online platform Social. as a training site through the pandemic. 

Wider Research Interests

I have been based at the  Centre for Disability Research at the University of Glasgow since 2001. I completed my PhD in 2008 and have worked on over a dozen research projects all examining the barriers faced by disabled people with a focus on barriers that are socially constructed. I have also looked critically at how a human rights approach can usefully tackle the oppression faced by disabled people and other groups.

I am a member of the Scottish Human Rights Commission's Research Advisory Group (since 2012). I have been a  member of the Institute for Health and Wellbeing since 2011. I am also Chair of the Board of Trustees of Making Rights Real, a charity launched in 2020 to deliver change for communities facing human rights violations in Scotland. In my role there, and with the Social Rights Alliance and Just Fair, I am moving work forward that looks at how we use education around rights, and around violations, to trigger change in duty bearers. 

I have been working with the Human Rights Budgeting Group with colleagues from the Scottish Human Rights Commission, Glasgow Caledonian University, the Centre for Economic Social Rights, NY, and Health and Social Care Alliance, Scotland. This group are gaining traction in illuminating Scotland's Budget, as a major opportunity to progress and transform. A Human Rights Approach to the budget would use PANEL principles (participation; accountability; non-discrimination; empowerment and legal structures) to reform arguably the most important policy within the control of the Scottish Government. 

My PhD thesis 'The Impact of the Disability Discrimination Act Part IV on Scottish Schools' was submitted in 2008.  Sponsored by the ESRC and the Disability Rights Commission, the thesis explored the relationship between rights-based and special educational needs policy.  The thesis asked if the social model and the capability model of equality had sufficiently been applied in education to emancipate disabled pupils from institutional discrimination. The project had both qualitative and quantitative components.

Research interests

  • research methods
  • teaching research methods
  • teaching emotion and resilience
  • participation and accountability
  • disability
  • equality
  • human rights
  • human rights budgeting
  • health

Publications

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Number of items: 31.

2020

Ferrie, J. and Lachapelle, P. (2020) Evaluating and improving policy and practice. In: McConnell, C., Clarke, A. and Muia, D. (eds.) International Community Development Practice. Routledge. (Accepted for Publication)

Wiseman, P. and Ferrie, J. (2020) Reproductive (in)justice and inequality in the lives of women with intellectual disabilities in Scotland. Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research, 22(1), pp. 318-329. (doi: 10.16993/sjdr.677)

Ferrie, J. and Scott, A. (2020) Re-Imagining Post-Graduate Training: Partnering with Businesses. QAA Scotland's 5th International Enhancement Conference 2020, Glasgow, UK, 3-5 Nov 2020.

Ferrie, J. and Wiseman, P. (2020) Interrogating the Body: Exploring What It Means to Live With Motor Neurone Disease Using Phenomenology. Series: SAGE research methods cases: medicine and health. SAGE Publications: London. ISBN 9781529716177 (doi:10.4135/9781529716177)

2019

Ferrie, J. (2019) Independent Evaluation of Scotland's National Action Plan for Human Rights. Project Report. Scottish Human Rights Commission, Edinburgh, UK.

Ferrie, J. and Wiseman, P. (2019) Running out of time: exploring the concept of waiting for people with motor neurone disease. Time and Society, 28(2), pp. 521-542. (doi: 10.1177/0961463X16656854)

2018

Wiseman, P. and Ferrie, J. (2018) Our Bodies, Our Rights: Research Report. Project Report. Engender, Engender Scotland website.

Ferrie, J. and Rewaj, P. (2018) Finding Your Voice and Coping with a Distressing Diagnosis. International Conference on Neurological Disorders, Stroke and CNS, Athens, Greece, 22-23 Oct 2018. p. 4. (doi:10.21767/2171-6625-C3-013)

Ferrie, J. (2018) Running Out of Time: the Experience of Living with a Neurological Condition. 13th World Conference on Neurology and Neuromuscular Disorders, Frankfurt, Germany, 01-02 Oct 2018.

Ferrie, J. (2018) Teaching Emotion: Emotion as a Bi-product of Research, Equipping Social Scientists to Manage this Data. 7th Consortium of European Research on Emotion Conference (CERE 2018), Glasgow, UK, 04-05 Apr 2018.

Ferrie, J. and Hosie, A. (2018) Methodological challenges in developing an evidence base, and realizing rights. International Journal of Human Rights, 22(1), pp. 5-21. (doi: 10.1080/13642987.2017.1390300)

Ferrie, J. , Wallace, R. and Webster, E. (2018) Realising international human rights: Scotland on the global stage. International Journal of Human Rights, 22(1), pp. 1-4. (doi: 10.1080/13642987.2017.1390297)

2017

Ferrie, J. (2017) Making Meaning: The Trials of Producing Knowledge (and Doctoral Research). Edinburgh Napier University PGR Business School Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 16 May 2017.

2015

Ferrie, J. and Watson, N. (2015) The psycho-social impact of impairment: the case of motor neurone disease. In: Shakespeare, T. (ed.) Disability Research Today. Routledge: Oxon, pp. 43-59. ISBN 9780415748445

2013

Ferrie, J. , Wiseman, P. and Watson, N. (2013) Living with MND: An Evaluation of Care Pathways Available to Adults with, and the Families or Carers of Adults with Motor Neurone Disease in Scotland. Project Report. University of Glasgow. (Unpublished)

Ferrie, J. and Watson, N. (2013) Constructing Models of Care: Barriers that enable and disable. In: Nordic Network on Disability Research 12th Biannual Conference, Turku, Finland, 30-31 May, (Unpublished)

Ferrie, J. and Watson, N. (2013) Family Support and Motor Neurone Disease. In: European Sociological Association 11th Conference: Crisis, Critique and Change, Turin, Italy, 28-31 August 2013, (Unpublished)

Ferrie, J. , Robertson-Rieck, P. and Watson, N. (2013) Care Pathways for Adults in Scotland with Motor Neurone Disease. Project Report. Motor Neurone Disease Scotland. (Unpublished)

2012

Ferrie, J. (2012) The Body, Corporeality and Disability. In: Disability Studies Conference 2012: Disability, Poverty and Neo-Liberalism, Lancaster, 11-13 September 2012, (Unpublished)

Ferrie, J. (2012) What has human rights got to say about care and dignity? In: Hynes, P., Lamb, M., Short, D. and Waites, M. (eds.) Sociology of Human Rights: New Engagements. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415617970

2011

Ferrie, J. , Robertson-Rieck, P. and Watson, N. (2011) How am I going to put flowers on my Dad’s grave? Care Home Resident’s use of the Mobility Element of the Disability Living Allowance. Project Report. Capability Scotland / Blackwood Foundation. (Unpublished)

Ferrie, J. (2011) Sociology and human rights: what have they got to say about care and dignity. In: Hynes, P., Michele, L., Short, D. and Waites, M. (eds.) Sociology and Human Rights: New Engagements. Routledge: London, pp. 55-69. ISBN 9780415617970

Pearson, C. , Watson, N. , Stalker, K., Lepiniere, J., Paterson, K. and Ferrie, J. (2011) Don’t get involved: an examination of how public sector organisations in England are involving disabled people in the Disability Equality Duty. Disability and Society, 26(3), pp. 255-268. (doi: 10.1080/09687599.2011.560370)

Pearson, C. , Watson, N. , Stalker, K., Ferrie, J. , Lepiniere, J. and Paterson, K. (2011) Mainstreaming the disability equality duty and the impact on public authorities' working practices. Social Policy and Society, 10(2), pp. 239-250. (doi: 10.1017/S1474746410000588)

2010

Ferrie, J. (2010) Sociology and human rights: what have they got to say about care and dignity? International Journal of Human Rights, 14(6), pp. 865-879. (doi: 10.1080/13642987.2010.512129)

Clark, J., Ferrie, J. and Watson, N. (2010) Third Sector Approaches to Bridging the Distance from the Employment Market for People with Multiple and Complex Needs: An Evidence Review. Project Report. The Scottish Government, Edinburgh.

2008

Ferrie, J. , Lepiniere, J., Paterson, K., Pearson, C. , Stalker, K. and Watson, N. (2008) An In-Depth Examination of the Implementation of the Disability Equality Duty in England: Report for the Office for Disability Issues. Project Report. Office for Disability Issues.

2006

Ferrie, J. and Hansen, K. (2006) Disabled People in Inverclyde: Empathy not Sympathy. 2: A Report into the Needs of Residents Living with a Disability or Long-Term Illness. Inverclyde Council on Disability Limited: Greenock, UK. ISBN 9780955272806

Ferrie, J. and Riddell, S. (2006) Gender balance in the teaching workforce: official statistics. In: Riddell, S. and Tett, L. (eds.) Gender and Teaching: Where Have All the Men Gone? Series: Policy and practice in education (17). Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 13-27. ISBN 9781903765579

Ferrie, J., Riddell, S. and Stafford, A. (2006) Undergraduates' views of teaching as a career. In: Riddell, S. and Tett, L. (eds.) Gender and Teaching: Where Have All the Men Gone? Series: Policy and practice in education (17). Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 28-40. ISBN 9781903765579

Riddell, S., Tett, L., Ducklin, A., Stafford, A., Winterton, M., Burns, C. and Ferrie, J. (2006) The gender balance of the teaching workforce in Scotland: What's the problem? Scottish Educational Review, 38(1), pp. 73-92.

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Articles

Wiseman, P. and Ferrie, J. (2020) Reproductive (in)justice and inequality in the lives of women with intellectual disabilities in Scotland. Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research, 22(1), pp. 318-329. (doi: 10.16993/sjdr.677)

Ferrie, J. and Wiseman, P. (2019) Running out of time: exploring the concept of waiting for people with motor neurone disease. Time and Society, 28(2), pp. 521-542. (doi: 10.1177/0961463X16656854)

Ferrie, J. and Hosie, A. (2018) Methodological challenges in developing an evidence base, and realizing rights. International Journal of Human Rights, 22(1), pp. 5-21. (doi: 10.1080/13642987.2017.1390300)

Ferrie, J. , Wallace, R. and Webster, E. (2018) Realising international human rights: Scotland on the global stage. International Journal of Human Rights, 22(1), pp. 1-4. (doi: 10.1080/13642987.2017.1390297)

Pearson, C. , Watson, N. , Stalker, K., Lepiniere, J., Paterson, K. and Ferrie, J. (2011) Don’t get involved: an examination of how public sector organisations in England are involving disabled people in the Disability Equality Duty. Disability and Society, 26(3), pp. 255-268. (doi: 10.1080/09687599.2011.560370)

Pearson, C. , Watson, N. , Stalker, K., Ferrie, J. , Lepiniere, J. and Paterson, K. (2011) Mainstreaming the disability equality duty and the impact on public authorities' working practices. Social Policy and Society, 10(2), pp. 239-250. (doi: 10.1017/S1474746410000588)

Ferrie, J. (2010) Sociology and human rights: what have they got to say about care and dignity? International Journal of Human Rights, 14(6), pp. 865-879. (doi: 10.1080/13642987.2010.512129)

Riddell, S., Tett, L., Ducklin, A., Stafford, A., Winterton, M., Burns, C. and Ferrie, J. (2006) The gender balance of the teaching workforce in Scotland: What's the problem? Scottish Educational Review, 38(1), pp. 73-92.

Books

Ferrie, J. and Wiseman, P. (2020) Interrogating the Body: Exploring What It Means to Live With Motor Neurone Disease Using Phenomenology. Series: SAGE research methods cases: medicine and health. SAGE Publications: London. ISBN 9781529716177 (doi:10.4135/9781529716177)

Ferrie, J. and Hansen, K. (2006) Disabled People in Inverclyde: Empathy not Sympathy. 2: A Report into the Needs of Residents Living with a Disability or Long-Term Illness. Inverclyde Council on Disability Limited: Greenock, UK. ISBN 9780955272806

Book Sections

Ferrie, J. and Lachapelle, P. (2020) Evaluating and improving policy and practice. In: McConnell, C., Clarke, A. and Muia, D. (eds.) International Community Development Practice. Routledge. (Accepted for Publication)

Ferrie, J. and Watson, N. (2015) The psycho-social impact of impairment: the case of motor neurone disease. In: Shakespeare, T. (ed.) Disability Research Today. Routledge: Oxon, pp. 43-59. ISBN 9780415748445

Ferrie, J. (2012) What has human rights got to say about care and dignity? In: Hynes, P., Lamb, M., Short, D. and Waites, M. (eds.) Sociology of Human Rights: New Engagements. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415617970

Ferrie, J. (2011) Sociology and human rights: what have they got to say about care and dignity. In: Hynes, P., Michele, L., Short, D. and Waites, M. (eds.) Sociology and Human Rights: New Engagements. Routledge: London, pp. 55-69. ISBN 9780415617970

Ferrie, J. and Riddell, S. (2006) Gender balance in the teaching workforce: official statistics. In: Riddell, S. and Tett, L. (eds.) Gender and Teaching: Where Have All the Men Gone? Series: Policy and practice in education (17). Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 13-27. ISBN 9781903765579

Ferrie, J., Riddell, S. and Stafford, A. (2006) Undergraduates' views of teaching as a career. In: Riddell, S. and Tett, L. (eds.) Gender and Teaching: Where Have All the Men Gone? Series: Policy and practice in education (17). Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 28-40. ISBN 9781903765579

Research Reports or Papers

Ferrie, J. (2019) Independent Evaluation of Scotland's National Action Plan for Human Rights. Project Report. Scottish Human Rights Commission, Edinburgh, UK.

Wiseman, P. and Ferrie, J. (2018) Our Bodies, Our Rights: Research Report. Project Report. Engender, Engender Scotland website.

Ferrie, J. , Wiseman, P. and Watson, N. (2013) Living with MND: An Evaluation of Care Pathways Available to Adults with, and the Families or Carers of Adults with Motor Neurone Disease in Scotland. Project Report. University of Glasgow. (Unpublished)

Ferrie, J. , Robertson-Rieck, P. and Watson, N. (2013) Care Pathways for Adults in Scotland with Motor Neurone Disease. Project Report. Motor Neurone Disease Scotland. (Unpublished)

Ferrie, J. , Robertson-Rieck, P. and Watson, N. (2011) How am I going to put flowers on my Dad’s grave? Care Home Resident’s use of the Mobility Element of the Disability Living Allowance. Project Report. Capability Scotland / Blackwood Foundation. (Unpublished)

Clark, J., Ferrie, J. and Watson, N. (2010) Third Sector Approaches to Bridging the Distance from the Employment Market for People with Multiple and Complex Needs: An Evidence Review. Project Report. The Scottish Government, Edinburgh.

Ferrie, J. , Lepiniere, J., Paterson, K., Pearson, C. , Stalker, K. and Watson, N. (2008) An In-Depth Examination of the Implementation of the Disability Equality Duty in England: Report for the Office for Disability Issues. Project Report. Office for Disability Issues.

Conference or Workshop Item

Ferrie, J. and Scott, A. (2020) Re-Imagining Post-Graduate Training: Partnering with Businesses. QAA Scotland's 5th International Enhancement Conference 2020, Glasgow, UK, 3-5 Nov 2020.

Ferrie, J. and Rewaj, P. (2018) Finding Your Voice and Coping with a Distressing Diagnosis. International Conference on Neurological Disorders, Stroke and CNS, Athens, Greece, 22-23 Oct 2018. p. 4. (doi:10.21767/2171-6625-C3-013)

Ferrie, J. (2018) Running Out of Time: the Experience of Living with a Neurological Condition. 13th World Conference on Neurology and Neuromuscular Disorders, Frankfurt, Germany, 01-02 Oct 2018.

Ferrie, J. (2018) Teaching Emotion: Emotion as a Bi-product of Research, Equipping Social Scientists to Manage this Data. 7th Consortium of European Research on Emotion Conference (CERE 2018), Glasgow, UK, 04-05 Apr 2018.

Ferrie, J. (2017) Making Meaning: The Trials of Producing Knowledge (and Doctoral Research). Edinburgh Napier University PGR Business School Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 16 May 2017.

Conference Proceedings

Ferrie, J. and Watson, N. (2013) Constructing Models of Care: Barriers that enable and disable. In: Nordic Network on Disability Research 12th Biannual Conference, Turku, Finland, 30-31 May, (Unpublished)

Ferrie, J. and Watson, N. (2013) Family Support and Motor Neurone Disease. In: European Sociological Association 11th Conference: Crisis, Critique and Change, Turin, Italy, 28-31 August 2013, (Unpublished)

Ferrie, J. (2012) The Body, Corporeality and Disability. In: Disability Studies Conference 2012: Disability, Poverty and Neo-Liberalism, Lancaster, 11-13 September 2012, (Unpublished)

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Grants

‘Scoping the skills needs in the social sciences to support data-driven research’ funded by ESRC & UKRI. With Technopolis Group, JF is Senior Expert Lead on Work Package 3: Examination of Doctoral Interventions. (Dates 01.09.2020-30.06.2021 Value £98,475 percentage 8.5% = £8,400

Glasgow QStep Centre Transitional Funding 2019-21 by Nuffield Foundation and ESRC PI Jo Ferrie (Dates 01/102019-30/09/2021 Value £123,939.86 percentage 80% = £99,151.89)

Glasgow QStep Centre by Nuffield Foundation, ESRC & HEFCE PI: Jo Ferrie (Dates: 01/10/2013-30/09/2019 Value: £1,440,683.80 percentage 60% =£864,410.28)

2 ESRC Collaborative Studentships as first supervisor (2016/17; 2018/19 = £179,408)

1 ESRC Advanced Quantitative Methods as first supervisor (2019/20 = £89,704)

Exploring the Impact of the Pandemic on Internally Displaced People with Disabilities in Ukraine GCRF/UKRI with AHRC PI: Kiril Sharapov University of Napier, Edinburgh (Dates 01.02.21-01.08.21 value £91,861)

Building a Future for MND by MND Scotland PI: Suvankar Pal, University of Edinburgh (Dates: 01/10/15 – 30/12/18 value £300,000 percentage 7% = £20,000)

Speak Unique by Chief Scientist Office PI: Phillipa Rewaj, University of Edinburgh  (Dates 01/04/16 – 31/03/18 value £100,000 percentage 15% = £15,000)

Evaluation of Scotland’s National Action Plan by Scottish Human Rights Commission. PI: Jo Ferrie (Dates 01.10.17-31.10.18 value £30,000 percentage 100%).

Living with Motor Neurone Disease by MND Scotland PI: Nick Watson (Dates: 01/10/2010-30/04/2013 Value: £110,926 Percentage: 50.0% = £55,463)

Applied Quantitative Methods Network: Phase II (AQMeN 2) by ESRC (Dates: 01/01/2013-31/12/2016 Value: £603,250 Percentage: 0.0%)

3rd Sector Approaches to Bridging the Distance from Employment Market for People with Multiple and Complex needs. (Dates: 01/08/2010-30/06/2011 Value: £7,978 Percentage: 0.0%)

Attrition, Retention and Access: An Examination of the University of Glasgow’s Access Programme for Non-Traditional Students and Factors that Enhance Retention. Learning and Teaching Development Fund. PI: Ferrie, J. (Dates 01/02/2010-31/07/2010) Value: £27, 773 Percentage 100%

 

Supervision

Current PhD student

  • Aidan Flegg
  • Paul Pearson
  • Alejandro Arnal
  • Sam Lawton
  • Kirstie English
  • Karim Mitha
  • Michelle Jamieson
  • English, Kirstie
    How should survey measurements represent differences of sex, gender, and sexuality in the UK?
  • Mitha, Karim
    Identity, resilience, and mental health amongst Muslims in Scotland
  • Pearson, Paul
    Biographical Recovery: Recognising Multiple Barriers for Adults with an Acquired Brain Injury
  • Young, Colin Ian
    How do health and therapeutic interventions for children with Cerebral Palsy effect their identity as young disabled people

Completed PhD students

  • Yuanyuan Qu
  • Nicole Sweeney
  • Fatima Alansar
  • Karen Young
  • Simona J Simona

Teaching

Current Teaching: 

Undergraduate

  • Contribution to Sociology Level 1 - Methods 101
  • From 2021 Contribution to Sociology Level 2 - Social Data
  • Contribution to Honours Quauitative Research Methods

Graduate School

  • Contribution to Research Design PGT
  • Contribution to Qualitative Methods PGT and PGR
  • Advanced Qualitative Methods
  • Contribution to Introduction to Social Research Methods for Researchers

Previous Courses

  • Masters: Social Research Methods 2009-13 - Masters level
  • Social Theory for Researchers - Postgraduate
  • Social Science Statistics 1 - Postgraduate
  • Undergraduate Quantitative Methods

Additional information

Other roles

  • Founding Director Q-Step University of Glasgow
  • Deputy Director - Training: Scottish Graduate School of Social Science 
  • Co-Convenor Equalities and Diversity Cluster, Glasgow Human Rights Network
  • Senior Advisor of Studies College of Social Science

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