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Nicole Moran

Global Health
Junior Advisor

Nicole Moran, MA, is an advisor on gender and SRHR at KIT. Her expertise lies at the intersection of gender and health, with her background in gender studies allowing her to approach global health with a strong intersectional, feminist and sociological perspective.

Within KIT, Nicole works for the Share-Net International knowledge platform as a knowledge management expert where she supports the facilitation of knowledge generation, translation, sharing and the promotion of knowledge use.  She also engages in other advisory work, with a thematic focus on safe abortion and the interlinkages between climate and SRHR.

Nicole works closely with a number of feminist grassroots, both in the Netherlands and at an EU level, that focus on access to safe abortion care and bodily autonomy and has a strong advocacy background to accompany the advisory work that she does at KIT.


  • Share-Net International: The Knowledge Platform for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

    • Institute
    • Project

    The Platform’s focus is on strengthening the role knowledge can play in developing evidence-based policies and practices for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). It also ensures that resources are used strategically, including in relation to the four core areas of Dutch policy on SRHR: Achievements Since its inception, Share-Net International has been implementing […]

  • The role of health care providers in expanding the legal grounds for safe abortion: insights from Argentina, Ireland and South Korea

    • Institute
    • Project

    Abortion laws and regulations are key in creating an enabling environment that facilitates the advancement of people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights and well-being. Notwithstanding the recent retrogressions on abortion laws in various parts of the world, legal frameworks regulating access to safe abortion have been progressively liberalised around the world over the last […]

  • Power To You(th)

    • Institute
    • Project

    The Power to You(th) programme focuses on harmful practices, such as female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) and child marriage, sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and unintended pregnancies. All of these are persistent ‘key issues’ where insufficient progress has been made in recent years. Funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the programme is led by […]