Christopher Rogers (@ChristphrRogers) is a program officer for the Regional Policy Initiative on Afghanistan & Pakistan at Open Society Foundations. He focuses on conflict-related detentions and civilian protection, including research and reports on U.S. detentions at Bagram, Afghan national security detentions, and drone strikes in Pakistan. Prior to joining the Open Society Foundations, Rogers was the research fellow in Pakistan for the Campaign for Innocent Victims in Conflict (CIVIC), investigating civilian casualties from military operations, terrorism, and drone strikes and advocating for victim assistance programs. In law school he worked with UNHCR in Jordan on Iraqi refugee protection and the Palestinian Center for Human Rights in Gaza. He received a JD from Harvard Law School, MPhil from Oxford University, and BA from the University of Pennsylvania.