Our Mission is to define and support global movements and organisations working to achieve gender equality and progress global health.
Founded, led, and run by women, GOC works with gender-focused, feminist organisations to deliver their vision for a more just and equitable world. With extensive knowledge and experience in the gender justice, human rights, and global health fields, we focus on communications, advocacy, movement building, campaigning, and strategic partnership development to support organisations and movements in delivering their vision.
We work with movements as they form, develop, and identify their shared goals, build their networks, engage donors and advocate around their collective vision and mission.
Whether it’s media relations, digital campaigning, or strategic partnership building, we’ll plan and implement advocacy and communications initiatives that are visionary and practical.
Goli has a passion for mental health issues, sexual and reproductive health and rights and gender-based violence. She is a passionate mentor for Wellbeing for Women Africa’s Youth Partners and takes great joy in helping them cultivate strong, evidence-based advocacy.
Stephanie writes about social issues and has been published in numerous magazines aface on a daily basis. Previously, she conducted a behavioural change research for the United nd journals internationally. She is currently publishing her Master's dissertation - an analysis on how allegations of gender-based violence are perceived, which contributes to the body of research on women's propensity to speak out.
Paula’s career aspirations stem from her upbringing. She is able to combine her exposure to both the African and European landscapes to provide valuable insight on key social issues such as economic and political inequalities.
Paula holds a BA in International Relations from Leeds University and a MSc in African Development from London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Having previously worked with various clients on a freelance basis, Roxanna has written speeches, articles, and books on behalf of activists, political figures, and academics in the field of human rights and health. She has also had articles published in various publications, and is managing editor of the online sociopolitical magazine, Euro Babble.
Roxanna holds a Bachelor's degree in French and Spanish from King's College London and a Master's degree in European Studies: Ideas, Ideologies and Identities from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Eleanor is deeply passionate about human rights and gender equality and believes firmly in the power of storytelling to create change. Her writing on gender issues has been published by multiple national and international media outlets, and in 2018 she was listed as one of Scotland’s 30 Under 30 inspiring young women.