Consultancy Assignment
Consultant to design and deliver training in Peacebuilding Initiative Design, Risk Mitigation, and Public Communication
Start date: 29 July 2019
Duration: 6 days, between 29 July and 9 August 2019
Location: Home-based, with travel to Tunis
Closing Date: 26 July 2019
 
Please download the Terms of Reference for more information.
 
 
Please send a copy of your CV and a short email highlighting your interest and relevant experience to Ms. Erika Atzori (erika.atzori@peacefulchange.org) no later than the 26th July 2019. Applications will be considered on an ongoing basis and we may appoint before the deadline.
 

 

About the Role

PCi has been awarded a contract by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to support conflict sensitivity and community ownership of rehabilitation activities implemented through the ‘Stabilization Facility for Libya’ (SFL) programme in Benghazi. Project activities are implemented through the Social Peace and Local Development (SPLD) Partnership, a community-based body established by PCi representing different community groups and functioning as a local consultation, conflict sensitivity, and conflict management mechanism. Over the past few years, the SPLD Partnership has received training and mentoring from PCi in a range of peacebuilding skills.

Among other objectives, the project that PCi is delivering in Partnership with UNDP aims to continue to broaden and strengthen the Partnership’s visibility and mandate in Benghazi, and deepen the Partnership’s understanding of peacebuilding and social cohesion approaches, alongside providing the technical skills for conflict analysis, conflict sensitivity, initiative design, risk mitigation, and public communication. Through this work, PCi aims to continue to foster discussions at the community level about stabilisation priorities, including around identifying and assessing priorities for SFL investments.

To this end, PCi is seeking to appoint a Peacebuilding Consultant to design and deliver a 3-day training to the Benghazi SPLD Partnership members, focusing on Peacebuilding Initiative Design, Risk Mitigation, and Public Communication. The training should build on the Partnership members’ existing capacity and have a strong focus on ‘learning by doing’, strengthening Partnership members’ ability to conduct and regularly update local context analysis and conflict sensitivity assessments on Benghazi.

For more details please see the Terms of Reference

 

 
 
Consultancy Assignment
Consultant to conduct a participatory conflict sensitivity assessment update for Benghazi
Start date: 1 August 2019
Duration: 9 days, between 1 – 23 August 2019
Location: Home-based, with travel to Tunis
Closing Date: 26 July 2019
 
Please download the Terms of Reference for more information.
 
 
Please send a copy of your CV and a short email highlighting your interest and relevant experience to Ms. Erika Atzori (erika.atzori@peacefulchange.org) no later than the 26th July 2019. Applications will be considered on an ongoing basis and we may appoint before the deadline.
 

 

About the Role
PCi has been awarded a contract by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to support conflict sensitivity and community ownership of rehabilitation activities implemented through the ‘Stabilization Facility for Libya’ (SFL) programme in Benghazi. Project activities are implemented through the Social Peace and Local Development (SPLD) Partnership, a community-based body established by PCi representing different community groups and functioning as a local consultation, conflict sensitivity, and conflict management mechanism. Over the past few years, the SPLD Partnership has received training and mentoring from PCi in a range of peacebuilding skills.

Among other objectives, the project that PCi is delivering in Partnership with UNDP aims to continue to broaden and strengthen the Partnership’s visibility and mandate in Benghazi, and deepen the Partnership’s understanding of peacebuilding and social cohesion approaches. Through this work, PCi aims to continue to foster discussions at the community level about stabilisation priorities, including around identifying and assessing priorities for SFL investments, while also strengthening the capacity of the Partnership to design and conduct initiatives that address conflict issues and contribute to social peace and stabilisation.

To this end, PCi is seeking to appoint a Consultant to conduct participatory conflict analysis and produce an updated conflict sensitivity assessment for Benghazi. The Consultant will be required to facilitate a workshop with members of the Benghazi Partnership and encourage them to take a lead in conducting the assessment using the knowledge and skills acquired through PCi’s training. The workshop should have a strong focus on ‘learning by doing’; the role of the Consultant will be to frame and facilitate discussions, and ensure that the information collected is of high quality.

For more details please see the Terms of Reference