Caroline Dommen

Senior Associate

Caroline Dommen is a Senior Associate with the Economic Law and Policy Program, focusing on research and outreach related to trade and gender.

Caroline has many years of experience as an independent researcher, analyst, and writer on sustainability-related issues. She delivers online courses on trade and gender for the UN Conference on Trade and Development and leads participatory community projects on sustainability in urban environments.

Previously, Caroline served as Director for 3D → Trade - Human Rights - Equitable Economy, which focused on developing information, training, and analytical tools to bridge the gaps between trade and human rights communities. She has also worked for the Quaker UN Office and the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development.

Caroline has an LLM in Law and Development/International Environmental Law from the University of London and a Bachelor of Arts in Law and European Studies from the University of Sussex.

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Areas of expertise
Trade
Gender Equality
Staff type
Associate
Experts
Education
LLM in Law and Development/International Environmental Law, University of London, 1991
Bachelor of Arts in Law and European Studies, University of Sussex, 1987
Languages spoken
English, French