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I am Digital Officer at CARE International UK, campaigner and digital expert in my spare time.


Ian Goggin

Digital consultant, campaigner, web developer, music technology graduate, and avid volunteer. Seeking to use my campaigns experience, strong interpersonal skills, technical background and extensive voluntary experience in a challenging environment.

Major Skills

  • Technology – social media, web development, multimedia, campaign resources and tools
  • Communications – copy writing, messaging, media relations and campaign planning
  • Project Management – extensive experience as a digital consultant and campaigner



CARE International UK

I work at CARE as its first Digital Officer.

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Equal Love

The Equal Love campaign aims to bring equality for same-sex and different-sex couples in UK civil partnership and marriage law.

As one of the lead media spokespeople I appeared on radio, television and gave talks about the campaign. I also initiated the campaign’s initial social media presence.

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Point 1 Campaign

A campaign on to convince the Isle of Man government to support overseas aid. As a campaigns assistant at the Global Poverty Project I lead the implementation and co-ordination of the campaign. My role included:

  • Writing the campaign messaging
  • Writing press releases and political briefings
  • Liaising with and helping to recruit volunteers, as well as campaigns training
  • Organising events
  • Stakeholder management
  • Campaign resource development (including the website)
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REquest is a resource for the teaching of Religious Education in the UK.

As part of Champollion Digital I managed the development process and led on client management during development.

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