Caroline Baudot is CIVIC’s Researcher/Analyst on Iraq. Caroline has an extensive background in the field of protection, with twenty years of experience on humanitarian protection crises, human rights and international justice issues. With Oxfam from 2011 through 2017, Caroline was a field-based humanitarian policy advisor deployed to emergencies around the world, including Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, Chad, Mali, DRC, Burundi, Nepal, and the Philippines, where she advocated for more effective protection of civilians by governments, armed actors, and peacekeeping missions. In 2017, Caroline also worked with the UN Protection Cluster in Iraq as the Emergency Protection Advisor. From 2007 through 2011, Caroline established and directed the Crisis Action office in Paris, leading successful strategies and campaigns on the protection of civilians in conflicts. From 2001 to 2007, Caroline worked at the New York secretariat of the Coalition for the International Criminal Court in New York and at Human Rights Watch, coordinating NGO policy and advocacy initiatives on and monitoring the International Criminal Court. Caroline earned a Master’s degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor’s degree in Politics and Economics from London University.