Tamara Göth


Passionate about civil society advocacy and intersectional feminism, Tamara Göth joined the NGO Working Group on Women, Peace and Security as a Policy & Research Fellow in July 2021.

A German national, Tamara holds a B.A. in Asian Studies from the University of Bonn, Germany, and a M.A. in International Relations with a specialization in conflict studies from the University of Leiden, Netherlands. For her graduate thesis, she conducted a Discourse Analysis from a Women, Peace and Security lens, centering the voices of five Yemeni women who briefed the UN Security Council.

Next to the fellowship, she is currently working with the UN Women Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, where she supports the management and implementation of a program on preventing and responding to violence against women. Previously, she worked as a Junior Program Specialist at Oxfam Novib, focusing on Inclusive Peace & Security and Civic Space. In this role, she contributed to multiple policy papers on Women, Peace and Security.

While pursuing her Master’s degree, Tamara served as an Advocacy and Campaigns Intern at UN Women in Bangkok, Thailand, and prior to that, she undertook a research internship at the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation in Yangon, Myanmar.

During the Fellowship, Tamara is focusing on Iraq, Sudan, Western Sahara and Yemen.