Malise Rosbech

Role

Fundraising and communications manager

Biography

Malise joined Global Justice Now in July 2015. When she's not fighting for global justice, she spends most of her time practising and studying the philosophy of yoga. 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

Greenland is not for sale: A lesson to Trump (and Denmark) on colonialism


24 August 2019

Another day, another Trump tweet. Sad! This time the president of the United States, Donald Trump, attacked the Prime Minister of Denmark, Mette Frederiksen, for not wanting to sell him Greenland. Describing the ‘offer’ as “absurd”, Frederiksen joined Trump’s list of ‘nasty women’ as he swiftly cancelled his upcoming state visit to Denmark as a result.

Blockades and revolutions: my trip to Armenia


09 August 2019

Prepared to expose the toxic plans of a Jersey-registered mining firm, in June I set off to the picturesque mountains of Armenia to find out more about the firm’s corporate court lawsuit worth $2 billion against the Armenian government.

Trump’s top ten trade hitlist: what a trade deal with Trump could really mean


14 September 2018

Trade secretary Liam Fox is still trying to push through his dangerous Trade Bill as quickly as possible. The Bill has started its journey through the House of Lords and if it passes there unamended, Fox will have enormous power to sign a trade deal with Trump, or anyone else he likes, without proper democratic scrutiny.

The day I dressed up in my finest chicken suit to meet Liam Fox

Dressed in a bright yellow chicken suit and with a camera in hand, I’m standing outside Portishead Folk Hall with a handful of other activists. It’s hot! And I can’t help cursing the good weather we’ve all been missing since forever. But I’m here for a reason. And after a 20 minute wait, that reason walks from his car towards us – Liam Fox, the international trade secretary.

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...

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