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Consultant – Mapping/inventory of public policies Consultancy – approximately 4 months Location: Home based
Closing date for applications:
ActionAid International want to work with you to design a template for mapping public policies and ActionAid and allies work that supports or hinders rural livelihoods and climate justice for young people and rural women across the globe. The mapping will be conducted at global, regional and national level.
The objective is to identify which policies are aiding or hindering right to food, food sovereignty and agroecology, women’s rights to land and natural resources and building climate resilience. The work will be used to support young people, rural women to influence public policy that strengthens rural livelihoods and climate justice.
As well as designing the mapping and assisting in gathering information, the successful candidate or organisation will be required to produce a clear, concise paper of key findings and implications for countries including opportunities for further engagement at local, national and global level and run a webinar for the platform and partners to best understand what has emerged.
You must have demonstrable expertise on women’s rights, geographic expertise in at least some project countries as well as experience in managing and coordinating evaluation/research exercises, including with or through country-based partners, delivering agreed outputs on time and on budget. Most importantly, you will be able to demonstrate understanding of and commitment to ethical issues in research/evaluations.
How to apply
We invite interested individuals, groups or research institutes to submit the following application documents:
Copy of CV of the consultant(s) who will undertake the research and evaluation (maximum 4 sides of A4 each);
A maximum 4 sides of A4 expression of interest
A proposed activities schedule/work plan with time frame;
Financial proposal detailing consultant(s)’ fees, data collection and administrative costs
One recent example of piece of work.
Contact details of two independent referees
Please send your applications to: Ruth Obwaya ([email protected]) by 27th of November. We are aiming to select the consultant by 12th of December 2018 and start the contract asap.
For further information or questions about these ToR please contact: [email protected] or [email protected].
If you do not meet all the essential criteria, please don’t apply as we only invite candidates for an interview if they meet all of the essential criteria listed on the job description. In addition, your application will be stronger if you meet at least some of the desirable criteria.
Due to high volumes of applications received, should you not have received feedback on your application within two weeks of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. We reserve the right to withdraw any of our vacancies at any time.
ActionAid is committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone regardless of their background. We value diversity and welcome applications from all sections of the community in particular women who are currently underrepresented in senior positions. We regret that agency candidates will not be considered.
Reg. Charity No: 27446
Closing date for applications: 2 Dec 2018
Are you interested to support civil society organisations, network and partners to strengthen ActionAid’s advocacy, capacity development and programme initiatives through promoting social accountability in an evolving country context?
ActionAid Myanmar is a member of the global ActionAid Federation. It is an ambitious organisation and you will become a key team member working on realisation and enjoyment of rights, with a focus on women’s rights; redistribution of power and resources and resilience of people and communities prioritizing women’s and young people’s leadership and empowerment in the evolving context of Myanmar.
As an Advisor you will
Build capacity of staff and partners in the area of social cohesion and conflict prevention.
Support ActionAid Myanmar and partners with the development of high-impact advocacy campaigns.
Provide high level technical advisory services to the senior management team including in design and development of new programming through a conflict sensitivity lens.
Identify and synthesizes best practices and lessons learned directly linked to programme policy goals.
Assist the programme lead in helping build strategic alliances and partnerships for peace and development related interventions with government, non-state actors, IFI’s, bilateral and multilateral donors, private sector, donors, UN agencies and civil society.
Support the establishment of advocacy networks at national level and linked to international networks.
Support cross country learning activities and international knowledge creation and curation on conflict engagement.