Research and Policy Advisor, Oxfam
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and Research Advisor for Oxfam”s UK Poverty Programme in Scotland. She leads Oxfam”s Humankind Index, a measure of Scotland”s real prosperity developed through wide ranging community consultation. She manages
Oxfam”s Whose Economy? Project which asks why, despite decades of
economic growth, Scotland”s poverty has not been addressed and inequalities have deepened.
Prior to this she led the Wise Group”s research and policy efforts and developed their social, environmental and economic impact. From 2005 to 2008 Katherine was a Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow where she remains an Honorary Research Fellow. Her work included analysis of community development, corporate social responsibility and social housing. Katherine has a PhD in political science from the Australian National University, her thesis considered techniques utilised by Aboriginal communities to compel mining companies to recognise and respond to community demands.