GESI Policy development


Solidaridad Network

Remote (global)
  • Career category:Advocacy/ Policy, Research/ Data analysis
  • Job type:Consultancy
  • Humanitarian or Development:Development
  • Experience level:Not specified
  • Organisation type:Civil Society
  • Remote option:Remote (global)
  • Right to work requirements:Anyone can apply
  • Salary: € 20000 / One-off
  • Length of contract:Temporary/ Fixed-term
  • Deadline:30/06/2024
  • Location:Netherlands
Gender equality and Social inclusion (GESI)

As we embark on the next five-year strategic period, it is crucial to redefine our global GESI approach. Operating within a diverse network structure with various crosscutting themes, our learning spans geographical boundaries. Each region may prioritise different areas of gender inclusivity work, leading to varying approaches and outcomes. To strengthen our organisation and capitalise on the progress made in the past five years, it is essential to thoroughly document these learnings. As we shape our overarching strategy for the upcoming years and pinpoint organisational priorities, we must remain mindful of these regional differences.

This consultancy will build on a recently completed review and analysis of existing GESI best practices and learnings within the global network of Solidaridad. The review, and its resulting report, should be the foundation for the development of a new global GESI policy for the organisation, which will be an update of Solidaridad’s existing global Gender Policy (2017). The policy developed during this consultancy will set a minimum standard for GESI integration in our programming, and ideally define a common approach, through which Solidaridad can ensure our mission is implemented in a more inclusive way across all target geographies and sectors, as well as key themes. As mentioned above, the policy will guide how GESI-related issues will be integrated throughout key aspects of the new Solidaridad Global Multi-Annual Strategic Plan (MASP) IV (2026-2030), but it should also be guided by any existing preliminary strategic priorities. While the consultant(s) will drive the writing and formulation of the policy’s content, they will work closely and collaboratively with the GESI CoP to analyse existing information and learnings and jointly review the structure and drafts of the policy and any related materials. This will include facilitating a joint (potentially in-person) workshop with the consultant(s) and representatives from the GESI CoP at a to-be-determined date in Q3 2024.

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