- EOPO1: ASEAN’s planning, monitoring and reporting of ACTIP implementation is increasingly effective and advances the protection of victim rights.
- EOPO2: ASEAN member state justice and related state agencies are increasingly capable of implementing their ACTIP obligations, in particular those that uphold victim rights.
- EOPO3: ASEAN member state justice and related state agencies’ policies and practices are influenced by relevant stakeholders and better aligned with ACTIP, especially in connection to victim rights obligations.
- Conducting partner mapping in 7 ASEAN member states in order to identify and assess key influential organisations and individuals including civil society, other development programs and forward-thinking businesses who have robust governance and rights-based approaches with respect to the protection of victims, equality and inclusion;
- Lead the development of a Do-No Harm Checklist to support implementation of the program’s do-no harm approach and contribute to the monitoring of the program’s implementation, ensuring that it causes no harm in its activities and its relationships;
- Work consultatively and collaboratively with the ASEAN-ACT Country Manager/Teams to collate data/information relevant to the purpose of assignment;
- Conduct interviews/meetings with local stakeholders, follow protocol and consider sensitivities;
- Conduct validation workshops, with the support of the IVRD and Country Manager/Teams, to present draft findings to relevant partners;
- Incorporate inputs and feedback gathered during the validation workshops prior to submission to ASEAN-ACT for final review and approval;
- Incorporate final revisions from ASEAN-ACT and provide a final document to the IVRD
- Other duties as requested.
- Sharing any existing materials relevant to the subject matter;
- Provide support in arranging meetings/interviews with relevant stakeholders;
- Arrange translation services;
- Provide logistic and administrative support;
- Provide working space within the available premises of the ASEAN-ACT Country Offices during field visits and at the ASEAN-ACT regional office.
- Partner mapping diagnostic proposed methodology and work plan including proposed report format;
- Partner mapping diagnostic including findings, recommendations and partner directory (including partners who are engaged in direct victim assistance);
- Do-no harm checklist and guideline for use by ASEAN-ACT and its partners.
- Post Graduate qualification (or equivalent advanced university degree) in Political Science, Social Science, International Relations, International Development, Law, or relevant areas;
- Extensive experience in government and non-government partnerships;
- Proven experience in conducting research, assessment, partner mapping and demonstrated experience in data collection and interviewing techniques;
- An excellent understanding of trafficking in persons, labour migration and so cial issues within the ASEAN region;
- Strong analytical, verbal, and report writing skills in English.
- Previous experience in counter-trafficking work;
- Knowledge and experience of Australian Government development programs and reporting requirements;
- Proficiency in an ASEAN language and experience in the region will be highly regarded.
- Duration of the consultancy: 90 days (for maximum 6 months)
- Starting date: March 2020
- Deadline for application: 23 February 2020.
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