This is a great opportunity for an experienced trainer to work closely with the ENS Secretariat and stateless community members to co-design and coordinate delivery of trainings on core topics of statelessness for stateless community members.
These work will result in
- Up to 12 hours of online live training. This format is open to discussion based on practice and can include approaches such as multi-day, combination of learning techniques and/or individual home learning. Once the subject matters have been finalised in co-design sessions, the consultant will recruit additional trainers to deliver the trainings themselves in consultation with ENS and the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung.
- 5 standalone online resources on statelessness. These are envisaged as short learning videos on statelessness, and will be provided as a resource to new members in the future. The technical expertise to produce and edit these videos will either be provided by the consultant or an additional technical expert.
- Inception and coordination of mentorship programme to community members delivered by the ENS Secretariat staff.
This project is a pilot to explore the needs of stateless activists, evaluate the proposed approach and explore future training, scalability etc. At close of the project, the consultant will produce a monitoring and evaluation report summarising these findings.
Services will be contracted by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Geneva (RLS), with the consultant expected to report to RLS-Geneva and ENS respectively on project progress.
Deadline for applications is the 28th October, 12:00 Noon CET. Shortlisting is planned for the 28th October, with interviews on Monday 1st November.
For more details about how to apply see the Consultancy Terms of Reference. Please note an amended version of these terms of reference was uploaded on the 14th October 2021. For questions about the opportunity or to discuss further before expressing interest formally, please contact Jan Brulc.