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Supporting academic and professional staff working outside the UK

Supporting academic and professional staff working outside the UK 

This paper explores issues and challenges around managing professional and academic staff who support delivery and management of UK programmes overseas, from a legal, cultural, asocial and rights context. The discussion paper raises questions about current practice from recent roundtable consultations, and challenges Universities to develop strategic frameworks and best practice for rights and staff development.













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