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Caroline Roseveare is a Justice and Social Development professional. She has worked for over 25 years across the governance, social development, justice and security sectors, focusing in recent years on programmes and policy to combat Violence against Women and Girls (VAWG) and the promotion of gender equality.
She has considerable experience in providing leadership for evaluations and for programme design working closely with Government in Zambia, Namibia, Sierra Leone, Uganda and Timor Leste as well as with civil society organisations, including Oxfam and the International Rescue Committee. Caroline has particular interest and practical expertise in the design and implementation of participatory methodologies using a range of tools, including perception surveys, impact and risk assessment, and programme audit. She has undertaken extensive mentoring and coaching demonstrating her long standing commitment to building capacity.
Caroline started her career with the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and subsequently worked with Oxfam in the SADC region and as Country Representative for Namibia. Following her position as Head of International Policy for CIIR/Progressio, she returned to Oxfam as Senior Policy Advisor before qualifying in human rights law and being called to the Bar of England and Wales (2007). Currently, she works as independent consultant for a range of clients, in particular for DFID.