Dr Caitlin Scott is Lecturer in International Development Practice in the School of International Development (DEV).
Prior to joining DEV in 2015, Caitlin worked both in and as consultant to a number of large and small NGOs. Her work focused on research with children, rights-based approaches to development, and monitoring and evaluation systems for development.
As a consultant, her assignments included developing spefici research and evaluation tools, to wider research initiatives. This included being a lead researcher in an international study of children’s experiences of poverty  that focused on the multidimensional nature of children’s experiences of poverty.
her work within aid agencies has various branches of Save the Children UK, where she worked on rights-based approaches and M&E systems. Latterly she piloted of a complexity-based approach to planning and monitoring, designed to suit advocacy programmes by allowing a more iterative approach to monitoring and programme management for global Child Rights Governance programmes of Red Barnet, Denmark..

Academic Background
I hold an MA in Social Anthropology and an MSc in Social Research, both from the University of Edinburgh. 
My doctoral research in anthropology at Goldsmith’s College, London considered the experiences of street children in a reformatory institution in Colombia, and their trajectories to and from it.  My thesis examined issues of disciplinary practices, and children’s responses to these, as well as looking at questions of violence in relation to dominant models of masculinity, and wider ideas about structural violence.

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