Consultant for an End Evaluation of the NAP 1325 Iraq programme
PAX Engendering the Transition to Peace and Security in Iraq (hereon referred to as 1325 Iraq) is a programme developed by a consortium of PAX, Impunity Watch (IW), Utrecht University (UU) and Iraqi Al Amal Association (IAA) with its partners Al Firdaws. It aims to contribute to structural change of gender norms, laws and institutions in Iraq, promoting equal rights, capacities and opportunities for men and women. The evaluation should preferably start mid-October 2020, with a final report due by February 15, 2021.
Policy advisor Gender, peace and security (maternity leave cover)
PAX Gender is a cross-cutting policy priority within PAX's intervention strategies. PAX is committed to leveraging the peace potential of diversity and gender equality in programme formulation and implementation, based on practical experience available within the organisation as well as existing and to be acquired knowledge.
The policy advisor advises on the thematic policy frameworks in the field of gender in conflict transformation and peace building, both at programme level and at institutional level, and is responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating gender, peace and security policies and programmes.
All Women Count Consortium led by CREA 2020 will be the final year of the AWC Consortium. We are looking to conduct an end term evaluation (ETE), led by a team of independent, qualified evaluators. The aim of the ETE is to assess AWC’s impact and key outcomes against AWC’s Theory of Change after four years of implementation (2016 - 2020). For more information contact Tanisha Chadha, AWC Programme Coordinator at email@example.com