Articles by Katie Parry, UK

Katie, a British national, is currently studying for the Masters in Public Administration in International Development at the Harvard Kennedy School. She has spent the last 3 years working on quantitative impact evaluation in Sub-Saharan Africa, and has a special interest in the governance and education sectors. She has worked as an ODI fellow for the Bank of Sierra Leone.


Scottish Independence – an affair of the heart?

Katie argues that, even with all the rational uncertainties and doubts about Scottish independence, a ‘Yes’ vote appeals to the heart and has become a symbol of Scottish identity and optimism about the country’s future. This piece is in response to Fred Spring’s piece titled “The End of the UK? – Scotland, Independence and the Disunited Kingdom”…

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