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- Career category:Programme/ Project design & management
- 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: Not Disclosed
- Length of contract:Temporary/ Fixed-term
- Location:Remote (global)
1. Support in designing the agenda for and documenting insights from three virtual meetings of GJN member organizations and Namati staff, which will enable the group to develop common terminology, prioritize key issues, and generate a shared agenda for the in-person learning exchange.
2. Work closely with the Namati team and Network partners as they design the agenda and plan the sessions for the in-person learning exchange.
3. Participate in the Network learning exchange (4-5 days) and document key challenges, learnings, and case studies to be used in the toolkit. Work with videographers and photographers - to be procured by the Namati team - to capture content at the exchange as necessary, as well as curate an image and video bank from the work of Network members participating in the learning exchange.
4. Drawing from material gathered at the learning exchange, develop a toolkit that summarizes and documents the challenges encountered and best practices for gender transformative legal empowerment in pursuit of climate, land, and environmental justice work. The toolkit will likely include case studies of strong program work, templates and steps for implementation, and light framing analysis to justify the highlighted approaches. This will include both written and multimedia elements gathered from the weeklong learning exchange and follow-up contributions from selected participants.
5. Coordinate with Namati team members and graphic designers to design and format the toolkit.
6. Organize a webinar to launch the toolkit and share the experiences of Network members and partners who have contributed case studies to this resource.
The ideal candidate will have:
● Deep experience working at the intersection of gender justice and land and environmental justice, including an understanding of gender transformative approaches and key learning priorities in this area
● Experience communicating with and coordinating amongst grassroots organizations, particularly those in the Global South
● Experience developing and designing engaging and effective learning programs and resources, including background in adult learning methodologies and strengthening learning uptake among grassroots organizations
● Comfort in managing the development of multimedia resources
● Experience documenting, analyzing, and synthesizing key learnings
● Strong written and oral communication skills in English
● Written and oral fluency in English
Please include the following elements in your proposal:
1. Organization or individual’s profile
2. Proposed methodology/approach and detailed timeline with major tasks and milestones demonstrating understanding of the scope of work
3. Project team (key staff to be involved in the design process and their relevant experience, etc.)
4. Detailed breakdown of the number of days estimated for each deliverable, daily or hourly cost, and an overall estimate of cost, including but not limited to the following:
a. How many rounds of revisions are included and how much extra rounds of revisions would cost
b. Any and all additional costs
5. Portfolio, with a description of up to 3 similar projects, with links if available
6. Three client references
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