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Working in the field of human rights is a challenging but rewarding career choice. With ARTICLE 19 you will find an international community of activists, legal specialists, and subject experts working together to protect the basic freedoms of many communities throughout the world.

You can find out more about where we work and what we do, by following the links above. In addition to a sector-competitive salary, we promote a flexible culture befitting a digitally enabled, multi-cultural workforce located in over ten cities around the world. We work hard, placing emphasis on delivery and accountability, while balancing all of this with a range of policies geared to health and well-being, including generous leave allowances and remote-working arrangements.

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Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka    

ARTICLE 19 works for a world where all people everywhere can freely express themselves and actively engage in public life without fear of discrimination. We do this by working on two interlocking freedoms, which set the foundation for all our work. The Freedom to Speak concerns everyone’s right to express and disseminate opinions, ideas and information through any means, as well as to disagree from, and question power-holders. The Freedom to Know concerns the right to demand and receive information by power-holders for transparency, good governance and sustainable development. When either of these freedoms comes under threat, by the failure of power-holders to adequately protect them, ARTICLE 19 speaks with pluralist voices, through courts of law, through global and regional organisations, and through civil society wherever we are present.

“Equally Safe: Towards a Feminist Agenda for the Safety of Journalists (FEMSOJ)” is a 2-year project funded by Global Affairs Canada that aims to enable a safer environment for journalists and social communicators that is more equal, inclusive and non-discriminatory by challenging unequal power relations and systemic discrimination that particularly undermine women[1] journalists’ safety, acknowledging that women are not an homogeneous group and that sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion or belief, age, location (urban and rural) and class are among the intersectional factors that will inform our actions.

This project includes a global study to develop a feminist approach to the safety of journalists and social communicators and the steps needed to implement this approach to create a comprehensive and inclusive understanding on the different gender elements of threats and attacks against journalists and social communicators and its particular impact on women journalists. The global study will include seven case studies (one case study per country) of initiatives that have incorporated a feminist approach to the safety of journalists in Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, in Latin America; and from Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka, in South Asia. These case studies will follow an agreed methodology developed with the global lead researchers in cooperation with ARTICLE 19.

Within these terms of reference, this consultancy call is to undertake seven case studies in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka, in close consultation with the global lead researchers and ARTICLE 19´s Head of Protection and in collaboration with ARTICLE 19´s Head of Gender and Sexual Identity and Senior Legal Officer, and the Head of Protection and Director of ARTICLE 19 South America and South Asia, as well as the lead researcher of the global study. The case studies will follow a proposed methodology agreed with the lead researcher/s and ARTICLE 19 and will be peer reviewed by the lead global researcher/s and ARTICLE 19.

OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY:

Based and within a global study on a feminist approach to safety of journalists and social communicators:

  1. Map protection experiences where a feminist approach has been mainstreamed, partially integrated and/or experimented in initiatives of the protection of journalists (or potentially of human rights defenders) and from which lessons can be extracted to develop a feminist approach to the safety of journalists and social communicators.
  2. In consultation with the lead global researcher/s and ARTICLE 19, select one experience out of the mapping to be analyzed and be a case study for the global study. This experience can be from legal approaches to national or subnational policies, from civil society monitoring or training practices to media outlet’s measures, from unions’ initiatives to journalists’ actions, and so on.
  3. Extract lessons learned and provide recommendations on how to implement or replicate them in protection of journalists’ work.

KEY DELIVERABLES & TIMELINE:

Based on the scope above, the consultant(s) is expected to deliver the following outputs:

  1. Case study plan, including methodological framework, research questions, preliminary outline and detailed work plan agreed with ARTICLE 19, by July 30, 2021.
  2. Map of feminist experiences in the country and to be discussed with A19 and lead researcher/s to choose case study, by August 20, 2021.
  3. First draft of brief country overview and case study, by September 30.
  4. Conduct consultation session/s with central and local media actors to collect input on experience and expectations, and incorporate the findings and recommendations from the participants in the first draft report by October 15
  5. Second draft, based on comments received from ARTICLE 19, by October 30.
  6. Final text, by November 15.

The global study, including the case studies, is expected to be launched on March 8, 2022.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Strong knowledge of feminist and intersectional theories and experiences
  • Proven record of previous research work in the field of journalism, feminism and gender studies
  • Knowledge of international human rights standards, in particular on freedom of expression.
  • Understanding of protection issues impacting journalists or HRDs, in particular women
  • Knowledge and/or experience working with human rights organizations
  • Experience in the country where the case study takes place
  • Willingness and ability to closely collaborate with ARTICLE 19’s staff
  • Working knowledge level of English.

For further information, please click on the following TOR:

TERMS OF REFERENCE – CONSULTANCY CASE STUDY

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Interested and qualified candidates should apply to [email protected] by July 15, 2021 with copies of the following attached:

  1. Technical proposal: Explanation about the consultant(s) understanding of the ToR, including a brief proposed approach and methodology (1-2 pages max.) to accomplish the tasks.
  2. Financial Proposal: The financial proposal should be in Canadian dollars (CAD) provide cost estimates for services rendered including a detailed breakdown of such costs. The budget should be prepared in Canadian dollars. It must include the daily rate.
  3. Documentation of relevant experience: a) Profile/CVs of the consultant(s), highlighting the level of expertise and experience for each of the required qualifications, and copies or links to past research work and reports.

ARTICLE 19 encourages women to apply and people who identify as LGBTQ+ and who are able to speak from direct individual experience about the obstacles to freedom of expression for marginalized populations.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands     Circa £41k per annum

ROLE SUMMARY

Working closely with the Fundraising and Business Development Team, the Fundraising and Development Officer will be responsible for ensuring that ARTICLE 19’s national, regional and cross-programmatic bids have an increased chance of winning through consistently high quality, well-crafted/organised, well-written and visually engaging proposals, as well as contributing to implement new fundraising streams via direct and individual donations. We are looking for someone with exceptional coordinating, writing, editing and research skills as well as the commercial acumen required to provide appropriate support to fundraising teams across the organisation.

The post-holder will be responsible for writing and leading the development of bids for highly technical donors, including the European Commission, US government and other governmental funders; carrying out research as part of the Business Development Team; managing ARTICLE 19’s development database and donors’ online systems and support the implementation of new fundraising streams for the organisation.

The role will be based in ARTICLE 19’s European office in Amsterdam, and the post-holder must have the right to work in The Netherlands.

Application deadline: 25th July 2021

   

ARTICLE19 is looking for in-country researcher(s) that can conduct research in Poland. The researcher(s) will present their methodology to research how stigma and discrimination against protest and protesters plays a role in how authorities respond to them. They will need to follow ARTICLE19 research guidelines.

The research should include in-depth interviews with people who experience discrimination around protests and documentation of eyewitness accounts. As part of this, the researcher(s) will also need to collect 4 emblematic case studies per country using our case study guidelines. The researcher(s) will work closely with a Senior Campaigner to ensure that all case information is well documented for the campaign.

The researcher(s) will ensure that the methodologies are applied in target countries, provide feedback and support to ARTICLE 19 regional offices when necessary, consolidate data and write a research report. The objective of the report is to demonstrate patterns of discrimination and stigma of protesters in each country and to present cases of discrimination of certain groups of protesters in law and practice. The report should include recommendations for governments in target countries.

Target Countries: Mexico, Tunisia, Brazil, Kenya, Thailand, Poland, Senegal, and USA

Research Methodology:

We are seeking human rights researchers or consultants with specific expertise in selected countries, that have access and are able to carry out in-depth field research.

A report will be produced by the researcher(s) that should include:

  1. Contextual information on the right to protest in the country of study
  2. In depth interviews of relevant actors and stakeholders
  3. In depth interviews with witnesses and victims of violations, including:
    • Documentation of 4 -6 case studies (per country) of individuals or groups that face discrimination and exclusion
  4. Implementation of law in practice:
    • documentation of patterns, how legislation is being used and how it is being used differently on certain groups.
    • pattern of behaviour by authorities policing protests

Tasks and Responsibilities (adhering to national guidelines and laws relating to coronavirus):

  • Uses ARTICLE19 guidelines and protocols for research
  • Uses ARTICLE19 policies and documents
  • Present research methodology, including on key approaches and questions to be answered in research
  • Works closely with ARTICLE19 Research Coordinator and regional teams as key informants and collaborators, who will provide insight into the country, networks and key stakeholders.
  • Responsible for data analysis and drafting of research report
  • Ensure all information is translated when necessary
  • Collation of raw data
  • Drafting of report based on the findings
  • Drafting of emblematic case studies

Deliverables: Researcher(s) are expected to document data and write a report based on findings including 4-6 emblematic case studies per country. The final report will include all the raw data and any evidence that has been collected.

Competencies:

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in conducting human rights research and investigations
  • Good knowledge and understanding of freedom of expression and assembly rights
  • Experience conducting interviews with survivors of human rights violations
  • Demonstrable experience in statistic data evaluation
  • Demonstrable knowledge and experience in one or a selection of the selected countries

Tender methodology:

Please submit your CV and your tender under the following headings to email address: [email protected]

  1. Contact Information
    2. Cover letter briefly explaining how you meet the above competencies
    3. Include examples 2 -3 research papers from previous work
    4. Research proposal: including methodology, CVs of research teams and detailed budget

Terms of Reference

   

ARTICLE19 is looking for in-country researcher(s) that can conduct research in:- Mexico, Tunisia, Brazil, Kenya, Thailand, Poland, Senegal, and USA. We are accepting applications from consultants that have experience in one or several of the above countries. The researcher(s) will present their methodology to research how stigma and discrimination against protest and protesters plays a role in how authorities respond to them. They will need to follow ARTICLE19 research guidelines.

The research should include in-depth interviews with people who experience discrimination around protests and documentation of eyewitness accounts. As part of this, the researcher(s) will also need to collect 4 emblematic case studies per country using our case study guidelines. The researcher(s) will work closely with a Senior Campaigner to ensure that all case information is well documented for the campaign.
The researcher(s) will ensure that the methodologies are applied in target countries, provide feedback and support to ARTICLE 19 regional offices when necessary, consolidate data and write a research report. The objective of the report is to demonstrate patterns of discrimination and stigma of protesters in each country and to present cases of discrimination of certain groups of protesters in law and practice. The report should include recommendations for governments in target countries.
Target Countries: Mexico, Tunisia, Brazil, Kenya, Thailand, Poland, Senegal, and USA

Research Methodology
We are seeking human rights researchers or consultants with specific expertise in selected countries, that have access s and are able to carry out in-depth field research.

A report will be produced by the researcher(s) that should include:
1. Contextual information on the right to protest in the country of study
2. In depth interviews of relevant actors and stakeholders
3. In depth interviews with witnesses and victims of violations, including:
a.) Documentation of 4 -6 case studies (per country) of individuals or groups that face discrimination and exclusion
4. Implementation of law in practice:
a.) documentation of patterns, how legislation is being used and how it is being used differently on certain groups.
b.) pattern of behaviour by authorities policing protests

Tasks and Responsibilities (adhering to national guidelines and laws relating to coronavirus)

  • Uses ARTICLE19 guidelines and protocols for research
  • Uses ARTICLE19 policies and documents
  • Present research methodology, including on key approaches and questions to be answered in research
  • Works closely with ARTICLE19 Research Coordinator and regional teams as key informants and collaborators, who will provide insight into the country, networks and key stakeholders.
  • Responsible for data analysis and drafting of research report
  • Ensure all information is translated when necessary
  • Collation of raw data
  • Drafting of report based on the findings
  • Drafting of emblematic case studies

Deliverables

Researcher(s) are expected to document data and write a report based on findings including 4-6 emblematic case studies per country. The final report will include all the raw data and any evidence that has been collected.

Competencies

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in conducting human rights research and investigations
  • Good knowledge and understanding of freedom of expression and assembly rights
  • Experience conducting interviews with survivors of human rights violations
  • Demonstrable experience in statistic data evaluation
  • Demonstrable knowledge and experience in one or a selection of the selected countries

For further information, please click on the following TOR:

TERMS OF REFERENCE – HUMAN RIGHTS RESEARCH ON THE RIGHT TO PROTEST

Application:

Please submit your CV and your tender under the following headings to email address: [email protected]

  1. Contact Information
  2. Cover letter briefly explaining how you meet the above competencies
  3. Include examples 2 -3 research papers from previous work
  4. Research proposal: including methodology, CVs of research teams and detailed budget

Application deadline: applications accepted on rolling basis

NOTE: ARTICLE 19 reserves the right to amend or change or cancel these terms at any time, if there are compelling reasons to do so.

   

ARTICLE19 busca investigador/a que pueda realizar investigación en y sobre México. La persona deberá presentar su metodología en su carta de presentación para investigar cómo la estigmatización y la discriminación contra las protestas y los manifestantes se refleja en la forma en que las autoridades responden a las protestas. El/la investigador/a deberá seguir las pautas de investigación de ARTICLE19. La investigación debe incluir entrevistas a profundidad con personas que ha sufrido discriminación en torno a protestas y documentación de relatos de testigos. Como parte de esto, las/los investigadores también deberán recopilar 4 estudios de casos emblemáticos utilizando nuestras pautas de estudios de casos.

El/la investigadora trabajara en colaboración con la responsable de campañas para garantizar que toda la información de los caso estén documentados de manera coherente con otros países para la campaña. El/la investigadora asegurará que las metodologías se apliquen, proporcionarán comentarios y recibirán apoyo de las oficinas regionales de ARTICLE 19 cuando sea necesario, consolidarán los datos y redactarán un informe de investigación. El objetivo del informe es demostrar estigmatización y posibles patrones de discriminación contra manifestantes en México, en la ley y en la práctica, y presentar casos de discriminación de grupos específicos. El informe debe incluir recomendaciones para el gobierno.

Términos de referencia

   

Objetivo
ARTICLE19 procura por pesquisador(es) local(is) que possam conduzir pesquisas em: – México, Tunísia, Brasil, Quênia, Tailândia, Polônia, Senegal e EUA. Estamos aceitando inscrições de consultores com experiência em um ou vários dos países acima. O (s) pesquisador (es) apresentarão sua metodologia para pesquisar como o estigma e a discriminação contra protestos e manifestantes desempenham um papel na forma como as autoridades respondem a eles. Eles (os pesquisadores) precisarão seguir as diretrizes de pesquisa do ARTICLE19.
A pesquisa deve incluir entrevistas em profundidade com pessoas que sofrem discriminação relacionada com protestos e documentação de relatos de testemunhas oculares. Como parte disso, o(s) pesquisador(es) também precisarão coletar 4 estudos de caso emblemáticos por país usando nossas diretrizes sobre o estudo de caso. O(s) pesquisador(es) trabalharão em conjunto com um ativista sênior para garantir que todas as informações do caso sejam bem documentadas para a campanha.
O(s) pesquisador(es) garantirão a aplicação das metodologias nos países-alvos, fornecer ão feedback e apoio aos escritórios regionais da organização ARTIGO 19 quando necessário, consolidar os dados e redigir um relatório de pesquisa. O objetivo do relatório é demonstrar padrões de discriminação e estigma de manifestantes em cada país e apresentar casos de discriminação de certos grupos de manifestantes na lei e na prática. O relatório deve incluir recomendações para os governos dos países-alvo.
Países-alvo: México, Tunísia, Brasil, Quênia, Tailândia, Polônia, Senegal e EUA

Metodologia de Pesquisa
Procuramos pesquisadores ou consultores de direitos humanos com experiência específica em países selecionados, que tenham acesso e sejam capazes de realizar pesquisas de campo aprofundadas.
O relatório a ser produzido pelo(s) pesquisador(es) deve incluir:
1. Informações contextuais sobre o direito de protestar no país de estudo
2. Entrevistas em profundidade com atores e partes interessadas relevantes
3. Entrevistas em profundidade com testemunhas e vítimas de violações, incluindo:
a.) Documentação de 4-6 estudos de caso (por país) de indivíduos ou grupos que enfrentam discriminação e exclusão
4. Implementação da lei na prática:
a.) documentação de padrões, como a legislação está sendo usada e como está sendo usada de forma diferente em certos grupos.
b.) padrão de comportamento das autoridades que policiam os protestos

Tarefas e responsabilidades (aderindo às diretrizes e leis nacionais relacionadas ao coronavírus)
• Usar diretrizes e protocolos do ARTIGO 19 para pesquisa
• Usar políticas e documentos do ARTICLE19
• Apresentar a metodologia de pesquisa, incluindo as principais abordagens e questões a serem respondidas na pesquisa
• Trabalha em estreita colaboração com o Coordenador de Pesquisa do ARTICLE19 e equipas regionais como informantes e colaboradores-chave, que fornecerão informações sobre o país, redes e partes interessadas principais.
• Responsável pela análise de dados e elaboração de relatório de pesquisa
• Certifique-se de que todas as informações sejam traduzidas quando necessário
• Coleta de dados brutos
• Elaboração de relatório com base nas conclusões
• Elaboração de estudos de caso emblemáticos

Produtos
Espera-se que o(s) pesquisador(es) documentem os dados e escrevam um relatório com base nas conclusões, incluindo 4-6 estudos de caso emblemáticos por país. O relatório final incluirá todos os dados brutos e todas as evidências coletadas.

Competências
• Mínimo de 5 anos de experiência na condução de pesquisas e investigações de direitos humanos
• Bom conhecimento e compreensão da liberdade de expressão e direitos de reunião
• Experiência em entrevistas com sobreviventes de violações dos direitos humanos
• Experiência comprovada em avaliação de dados estatísticos
• Conhecimento e experiência demonstráveis em um ou uma seleção dos países selecionados

Para mais informações, clique no seguinte TOR

TERMOS DE REFERENCIA

Metodologia do concurso:
Envie seu currículo e sua proposta observando os seguintes títulos para o endereço de e-mail: [email protected]
1. Informações de contato
2. Carta de apresentação explicando brevemente como você preenche às competências acima
3. Incluir exemplos 2 a 3 artigos de pesquisa de trabalhos anteriores
4. Proposta de pesquisa: incluindo metodologia, currículos da equipas de pesquisa e orçamento detalhado

   

ARTICLE 19 recherche des agences de recherche ou des chercheurs individuels spécialisés dans les pays suivants: Tunisie. Nous acceptons également les candidatures de consultants ayant une expérience dans un ou plusieurs des pays ci-dessus. L’agence / le (s) chercheur (s) présenteront leur méthodologie pour rechercher comment la stigmatisation et la discrimination contre les manifestants jouent un rôle dans la manière dont les autorités y répondent. Ils devront suivre les lignes directrices de recherche d’ARTICLE 19. La recherche devrait inclure des entretiens approfondis avec des personnes victimes de discrimination autour des manifestations et la documentation des témoignages. L’agence / le ou les chercheurs devront également collecter 4 études de cas emblématiques par pays en utilisant nos lignes directrices pour les études de cas. L’agence / le ou les chercheurs travailleront en étroite collaboration avec un responsable de la campagne.

L’agence / le ou les chercheurs veilleront à ce que les méthodologies soient appliquées dans les pays cibles, fourniront un retour d’information et un soutien aux bureaux régionaux d’ARTICLE 19 si nécessaire, consolideront les données et rédigeront un rapport de recherche. L’objectif du rapport est de démontrer les tendances de discrimination et de stigmatisation des manifestants dans chaque pays et de présenter les cas de discrimination de certains groupes de manifestants dans la loi et la pratique. Le rapport devrait inclure des recommandations destinées aux gouvernements des pays cibles.

Metodología de licitación

Envíe su CV y su oferta bajo los siguientes títulos a la dirección de correo electrónico: [email protected]
1. Información de contacto
2. Carta de presentación que explique cómo cumple con las competencias mencionadas.
3. Incluya ejemplos 2 o 3 artículos de investigación de trabajos anteriores.
4. Propuesta de investigación: incluye metodología, CV de los equipos de investigación y presupuesto detallado

Termes de Reference

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