Caroline Jaine has written a book about her time in Iraq; she has trained UN spokespeople in New York; made a film about Karachi in Pakistan; painted portraits of Lords; taken photographs of children in Sri Lanka; and collected 254 images of people from the internet and painted them green.
Caroline’s interest in international relations, conflict transformation, strategy and media manifest themselves in diverse and creative ways. She is the founder of Cambridge International Arts, The CAST Institute and Askance Publishing. She also undertakes advocacy and communications projects with human rights and peace-building at their heart. She is regularly asked to write and speak on media and other platforms about her interests.
Caroline graduated from a Masters in Fine Arts in 2012 and is hoping to embark on a PhD in International Relations. When she is not busy with any of the above she enjoys supporting initiatives that promote sport for social change. Caroline has a special passion for cricket and motor sports.