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  2. Gillespie, M. and others (2012) Embedding Employability in Financial Inclusion Services: Guidelines for financial inclusion services and advisers. (Guidelines and Monitoring Framework based on research developed in partnership with Glasgow City Council and other services with funding from the Scottish Government.  Available at: http://www.employabilityinscotland.com/toolkits/service-provision/embedding-employability-in-financial-inclusion-services

  3. Sinclair. S. (2010) What Do We Know About Financial Exclusion in Britain? Journal Of Poverty And Social Justice. 18 (1)

  4. Gillespie, M. and Dobbie, L. (2010) Tackling Financial Exclusion and Debt: Money Advice at the Crossroads, Scottish Centre for Regeneration Briefing Paper 9, Edinburgh: Scottish Government. Available at: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/Doc/1031/0098426.pdf 

  5. Dobbie, L. and Gillespie, M. (2010) The Health Benefits of Financial Inclusion: A Literature Review. Report for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Glasgow: Scottish Poverty Information Unit. Available at: http://www.equalitiesinhealth.org/documents/HealthBenefitsofFIfinalreport.pdf 

  6. Gillespie, M. and Dobbie, L. (2009) Funding Money Advice Services: Exploring sustainable models for the UK. Dorking: Friends Provident Foundation. Available at:http://www.friendsprovidentfoundation.org/core/core_picker/download.asp?id=108&filetitle=Funding+Money+Advice+Services%3A++Scottish+Poverty+Information+Unit+%28NB+LARGE+FILE%29

  7. Sinclair. S, McHardy, F, Dobbie, L, Lindsay K, and Gillespie, M. (2009)Understanding Financial Inclusion - Using Action Research And A Knowledge Exchange Review To Establish What Is Agreed, And What Is Contested. Dorking Friends Provident Foundation.