Looking for Senior Trainer, Junior Facilitator and M&E Senior Expert
The EU-funded regional Programme Med Dialogue for Rights and Equality is looking for the following ShortTerm Expert profiles to coordinate and carry out the regional capacity building bootcamp tackling the theme “Addressing the ecological challenge in the Mediterranean”, expected to take place, indicatively, in Tunis, Tunisia on 27-30 January 2020:
- Senior Trainer
- Junior Facilitator supporting the Senior Trainer in the networking, teamwork, and the project development, especially in relation to the common action
- Senior M&E Expert in charge of developing a methodology of finance and adminstrative follow-up and quality assessment of the common actions
The Med Dialogue Fellows bootcamp will include training, coaching and debate components - the aim of the bootcamp being to strengthen the thematic and advocacy capacities of the participants, and to offer them exchange opportunities on relevant better practices. Participants will be as well assisted in the formulation and implementation of an idea for a common action, on whose basis they have as well been selected, and which will be carried out in their respective countries.
To apply, please send your CVs and motivation letter to email@example.com
Click on the following links to access the respective Terms of Reference for each position:
The Deadline for the submission of applications is 20 November 2019.
Med Dialogue for Rights and Equality
Med Dialogue for Rights and Equality is a 3-year (2019 – 2022) EU-funded Technical Assistance regional Programme with the overall objective to strengthen the role of CSOs active at the regional scale, in building sustainable development, regional cohesion and resilience, as well as in influencing policy-making in the Southern Neighborhood and the Euro-Mediterranean Space. Mobilising local communities on regional issues of common concerns to influence the agenda of public decision-makers and regional institutions, and involving CSOs in emerging regional platforms and thematic dialogues, makes its unique character.
Med Dialogue for Rights and Equality represents the continued commitment of the European Union in supporting the civil society in Southern Neighbourhood countries. It recalls the importance of the civil society as an agent for change, an essential component for democracy, whose participation in public processes and in policy dialogues would lead to more inclusive and effective policies, sustainable development, and accountability. It is also a strong reminder of the centrality of the civil society in EU’s various development policy frameworks, regional, thematic, and bi-lateral cooperation programmes, etc.
Med Dialogue Fellows Bootcamp
This is a capacity-building activity targeting young leaders who are committed to addressing Mediterranean policy challenges beyond national borders, in order to facilitate the development of regional networks, mutual skill-building, promoting advocacy, building channels of cooperation and developing local actions within a common framework. The main purpose of this activity, is to strengthen civil society’s young female and male activists in their capacity to strategise, cooperate together, and advocate for rights and equality in the region.