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Raghad Al Saadi is an expert on human rights law, counterterrorism, international humanitarian law, international refugee law, women, peace and security, humanitarian assistance, peace negotiations, conflict related GBV and the rule of law. In her professional capacity, Raghad has worked with the UNOCHA-Turkey as a humanitarian access consultant on the Syrian conflict; developed strategic planning for the Ministry of Justice in Libya; a former Congressional Fellow in Washington, DC; a Board Member at Schar School of Policy and Government Alumni Leadership Chapter; a Delegate at the Nobel Peace Prize Forum (NPPF) in 2017; and a speaker at the Initiatives of Change (IofC) in Caux, Switzerland. Raghad was also a panelist at the Global Policy Dialogue on WPS in Doha, Qatar and a selected expert on climate conflict and security at the Paris Peace Forum. Ms. Al Saadi holds a Master of Laws (LLM) in Human Rights Law from Oxford Brookes University, School of Law, Oxford, UK, and a M.S. in Peace Operations Policy—Schar School of Policy and Government, GMU. Ms. Al Saadi is a publisher at IEEE-Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, and International Policy Digest.