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Noah Gottschalk

Global Policy Lead

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Noah Gottschalk is Oxfam America’s Global Policy Lead, where he coordinates the organization’s advocacy efforts on conflict, fragility, and migration. He has nearly two decades of experience promoting peace, justice, and human rights, and has spent much of his career living and working in countries experiencing complex crises in the Middle East and Africa.

Gottschalk has led Oxfam’s human rights campaigns in response to natural disasters, conflicts, and protracted crises including in the Horn of Africa, the Great Lakes, Central America, Syria, Iraq, and the Occupied Palestinian Territory and Israel, working to mobilize the public and to ensure government policies are driven by the priorities of impacted people. He has testified before Congress and the European Parliament, served as an expert witness, and provided guidance to policymakers at the UN Security Council, European Union, and African Union. In addition to policy work, Gottschalk’s experience includes managing humanitarian programs and providing legal assistance to refugees, asylum-seekers, IDPs, and immigrants.

A frequent media commentator, Noah’s analysis has been featured in a wide range of US and international radio, print, and television outlets. He holds an MA in International Human Rights Law from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and a BSFS from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.

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