Katherine Webber is a social planning practitioner with a passion for social justice and inclusion. Having worked for over 12 years for a range of government and non-government organisations in Australia and the Pacific, Katherine has considerable experience in developing and implementing community plans, programs and policy to improve social inclusion and participation. Katherine was awarded the 2018 Rodney Warmington Churchill Fellowship to increase inclusion and accessibility in public toilets by researching taboos, design, policy and legal barriers. The Churchill Fellowship collated previous work with planners, institutions and community members identifying public toilets as essential to support participation of a wide section of our communities. Photos of many toilets Katherine has visited are documented via Instagram @Public_Toilets_Anonymous.
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