Call for Consultancy: EM2030 Anti-Racism and Intersectional Feminism 2020
Deadline: Rolling Basis
Call for Consultancy for the EM2030 Anti-Racism and Intersectional Feminism 2020 are now open. Equal Measures 2030 (EM2030) is a unique cross-sector partnership of leading organizations from civil society and the development and private sectors hosted by Plan International.
They work to ensure that girls’ and women’s movements, advocates and decision makers have the data they need, and in a format, they can use, to guide and drive faster progress towards the gender equality commitments in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Scope of Work
The Scope of Work is to help the EM2030 Secretariat reflect on its own conscious and unconscious bias, how these may show up in their work, and to help them reflect on how they can change their ways of working and approach. The scope of work should include:
- Planning and delivering a series of interactive workshops with the EM2030 Secretariat team to:
- Explore conscious and unconscious biases
- Facilitate participants’ critical thinking & learning about racism, power inequalities & biases, and decolonization of the development sector
- Challenge and contextualise interconnected and intersecting inequalities, with a focus on gender inequalities.
- Developing pre- and post- workshop reading and activities
- Producing a short report with key timebound recommendations and a suggested roadmap for EM2030 to continue to evolve as an anti-racist, intersectional feminist, and anti-colonial organisation
- Holding a briefing conversation with the EM2030 Secretariat and the Management Team to share reflections and facilitate a dialogue about the findings outlined in the report.
- Project workplan and description of proposed methodology.
- A series of virtual workshops with EM2030 Secretariat team.
- Final Report (8-10 pages) with timebound recommendations and a suggested roadmap.
- Presentation to the EM2030 Secretariat and the Management Team to share reflections and facilitate a dialogue about the findings outlined in the report.
- Demonstrated experience working with the international development community, partnership based organizations and grassroots organizations on strategies and roadmaps to increase antiracism, diversity, inclusion and equity principles and practice
- Demonstrated experience leading a non-profit organization, including through relevant change processes
- Experience facilitating interactive conversations and workshops about social justice, gender justice, racism, colonialism, gender and intersectionality
- Ability to facilitate consultation and interactive workshops via web based platforms (for example, Zoom, etc.) and across time zones
- Strong written communication skills, including preparation of detailed reports based on evidence based research.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills, targeting a variety of audiences.
- Experience living and working for at least 5 years outside of Europe and North America.
Submit a Curriculum vitae (CV) and Cover Letter explaining the following:
- Your relevant experience for this work.
- The theory and principles that guide your approach and ways of working.
- The proposed budget and time allocation.
- Please also provide three current references.
Send application to [email protected]
For more information, visit EM2030.