Malise Rosbech


Supporter care and engagement officer


Malise joined Global Justice Now in July 2015 as the supporter care and engagement officer after a few years in the humanitarian sector. She also works as an editor and publisher of the feminist periodical, HYSTERIA, and has formerly been involved in The Women's Empowerment Project and the Feminist Library in London. Malise has a Master's degree in Contemporary Philosophy and Critical Theory and a Post-graduate Certificate in Development Studies. 

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Latest posts

It’s time to get back to the radical roots of International Women’s Day

08 March 2018

What started off as a radical socialist movement is now an international day of 'celebration'. But lots of the same issues women were battling 100 years ago, we’re still facing today.

The Fanatical Mr Fox – 10 reasons the trade secretary is a threat to our food, the environment and democracy

19 February 2018

Can we trust our International Trade Secretary to represent public interest? No, and here are ten reasons why not...

It’s been quite a year (and a half) on migration

30 October 2017

Our migration campaign is one and a half years old! Safe to say, this can be an emotionally demanding issue to work on, so it’s important we recognise how much we’ve done together. So I thought I'd put together a blog post trying to sum of some of the big moments for this campaign. A massive thank you to all of our supporters, members and activists for making all of this possible.

10 reasons you should join Global Justice Now at the Brighton Marathon 2017

28 December 2016

It’s that time of year again – the time for New Year’s resolutions. Here’s my 10 reasons why running the Brighton Marathon should be one of yours.

The future of our trade campaign: your thoughts

23 September 2016

The recent months have been somewhat of a rollercoaster for our trade campaign. Needless to say that with the likely failure of TTIP* and the ever more pressing threat of CETA**, our staff, activists, members and supporters have been very busy.

Ninety-Nine: The verdict is in

28 April 2016

Ninety-Nine: The verdict is in

The results from our supporter survey about our magazine, Ninety-Nine.

We recently asked you what you think of Ninety-Nine. We did this for one simple reason:  it’s your magazine. By listening to your feedback, we can improve the magazine and adapt it to what you’d like it to be.