As of June this year, Duncan Pruett is taking up the leadership of Oxfam’s programming on land rights and community forestry in Myanmar. Prior to this, he was lead developer of Oxfam’s Global Land Programme for two years, and from 2010 to early 2014, he was responsible for Oxfam’s global policy work on land governance and land rights under Oxfam’s “Grow” campaign. His other roles in Oxfam have included managing Oxfam Novib’s livelihoods programme, its private sector and trade policy work, and different parts of Oxfam International’s Economic Justice campaigns. Before he joined Oxfam in 2005, Duncan worked at the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) in Brussels, and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in New York. Duncan is a British national and has a Masters Degree from the London School of Economics.