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Rochelle Jones,
Feminist Consultant

Thinker, listener, writer, tinkerer.

What I bring to the table:

•    Research, Writing, Editing – reports, articles, briefs, op-eds, web copy and more. I am especially skilled at transforming 'heavy' content into more accessible knowledge products; content and copy editing with a feminist lens; and crafting original content.

•    Feminist Funding Expertise – strategy development and influencing the politics and practices around resources for feminist and allied movements; theories of change, impact reporting and proposal writing; knowledge of the global feminist funding ecosystem.


•    Feminist Praxis – encouraging political, rights-based approaches and processes that foster inclusivity, accountability, transparency and commitment to care. 


•    Knowledge – BSc (organisational psychology); BA Hons (peace & conflict studies); MA (international development); plus broad knowledge of human rights (and anti-rights) frameworks, feminist theories of change and methodologies, women’s rights and gender justice issues. 

Recent Publications

To move towards more equitable systems, we must be able to take a good look at the language we use.

A conversation with Joey S Joleen Mataele from the Tonga Leitis’ Association.

 Less than 1% of funding directed to the Pacific actually reaches women’s grassroots organisations.

Localisation is a key topic, and global feminist and women’s rights movements can provide food for thought.

The struggle to resource women’s rights and feminist organisations in the Pacific.

Feminist solidarity right now is the 'engine room', driving some of the most innovative and needed action taking place today.

How we do things is just as important as why we do them.

While Australians debate border closures, another version of fortress Australia has been simmering behind the scenes.

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