A women’s rights non-governmental organisation seeks the services of a consultant to carry out a research on “Access to justice for female survivors of GBV in emergency response situations.” This will aim to assess the level of preparedness and response in emergency response situations by the Justice delivery system (JDS) in 16 districts in Zimbabwe.
- To identify challenges being faced by women and other vulnerable groups survivors of GBV in accessing the justice delivery system during emergencies;
- To evaluate the efficacy (level of preparedness and response time) of the Justice delivery system (JDS) in Zimbabwe in enhancing access to justice for women and other vulnerable groups in emergency situations;
- To proffer recommendations of how the justice delivery system can enhance access to justice for female litigants during emergencies.
An inception report indicating how the consultant(s) propose to carry out the task within the timelines, methodologies, the rationale and the expected results. The methodology is to be developed and specified by the consultant and will provide details of:
- Gender power analysis and assessment designs, methodology and tools to be used in carrying out the exercise;
- Data analysis; Presentation of findings at national level ,validation workshop;
- The final study report of publishable quality;
- Position paper and Policy brief.
Required skills and experience
This assignment is open for individuals or teams. The assignment requires:
- At least a Degree in Law, a Masters in Law or women’s rights an added advantage;
- Five (5) years relevant professional experience in access to justice and development related work;
- Knowledge and understanding of access to justice and emergency situations;
- Proposed detailed work plan and time frames for the proposed activities.
The assignment will commence on 1 October 2020 and be completed by the 30th of November 2020. The proposal shall be sent, in soft copy, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 28 September 2020