Appel à candidature: Consultant Junior National

TERMES DE REFERENCE

Structure/Organisation

Institut Arabe des Droits de l’Homme (IADH)

Avec l’appui de l’UNFPA (Le Fonds des Nations Unies pour la Population)

Sujet de la consultation

Appui au projet « Mise en réseau pour la promotion des Droits Sexuels et Droits Reproductifs »

Contexte

L’IADH et l’UNFPA sont partenaires depuis 2015 pour le développement d’approches innovantes dans la promotion  des droits sexuels et droits reproductifs/ égalité de genre en Tunisie. Ce partenariat s’inscrit dans la perspective de mise en réseau et de renforcement des capacités de différents acteurs impliqués sur les questions relatives aux Droits Sexuels et Droits Reproductifs.

En 2017, l’IADH et l’UNFPA continueront à fournir l’appui aux différents réseaux, identifiés en 2016, pour qu’ils portent le plaidoyer autour des DSDR.

 

Dans ce contexte, l’IADH, avec l’appui de l’UNFPA, souhaite recruter un consultant junior national pour appuyer la mise en œuvre de ce programme

Tâches et responsabilités

·         Coordination  et organisation des réunions internes et autres événements qui rentrent dans le cadre du projet

·          Faire le suivi des activités du projet : rédaction de notes conceptuelles, de termes de référence, coordination avec les associations, les acteurs nationaux et les réseaux mis en place, établissement des PV et du reporting de réunions

·         contribution à la rédaction des différents documents et rapports du projet

·         Gestion de la documentation établie dans le cadre du projet

·         Assurer la fluidité des informations entre les différents partenaires et associations impliqués.

·         Appui aux responsables financiers et programmation du projet dans la mise en œuvre des activités, la gestion administrative du projet et la communication autour des réalisations du projet.

 

Période et conditions de la consultation

·         Le poste est basé aux locaux à Tunis.

·         Date de prise de fonction : 13 Mars 2017

·         La mission du Consultant s’étendra sur une période de 09 mois à raison de 2.5 jours par semaine (soit 10 jours/mois). Le Consultant sera rémunéré sur une base forfaitaire mensuelle de 600 TND/ mois.

Dates et livrables

 

Le Consultant est soumis à une obligation de rapport de fin de mission qu’il doit soumettre avant le 20 Décembre 2017.

Suivi / monitoring

La supervision et la validation du travail seront assurées par la chargée du projet au niveau de l’IADH, en consultation avec l’UNFPA.

 

Le/La consultant(e)  est tenu(e) à une obligation de confidentialité, il/elle ne doit publier ou divulguer aucune information portée à sa connaissance dans le cadre du travail sollicité, à aucune personne non autorisée et sans le consentement écrit préalable.

 

Qualifications / Expérience

En plus d’une formation supérieure en sciences sociales, médicales, juridique, ou autre, le (a) consultant(e) doit avoir :  

 

·          Une connaissance des Droits Sexuels et Droits Reproductifs

·         Une connaissance approfondie de la SC Tunisienne 

·          Une connaissance approfondie du contexte national et international lié aux questions de DSDR. 

·         Solides expériences en communication et évènementiels.

·         Une excellente capacité de rédaction et de synthèse.

·         Une parfaite maîtrise de l’Arabe, du Français et des outils de communication

Pour postuler, prière d’envoyer un CV + une lettre de motivation (Arabe ou Français) à l’adresse émail suivante : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Dernier délai pour envoyer les candidatures : 05 Mars 2017 à 00:00

Call for application: Project Manager

AIHR is looking for a

Project Manager “Rule of Law and Death Penalty in times of war on terrorism”

Full time, starting on 1st of March 2017, duration of the position: 21 Months

Based in Tunis

 

Objective of the position

 

 

In close co-operation with the AIHR management and team, you will be in charge of supervising the AIHR project entitled “Containing the death penalty in times of war on terrorism”  

You will lead the implementation of the project in Tunisia in tight coordination with the partners organizations in the project based in Italy, Egypt and Somalia as well as ensure close cooperation and coordination with relevant staff, researchers, consultants, actors and beneficiaries during all the project preparation, implementation and follow up steps.

Main tasks

PROJECT COORDINATION AND IMPLEMENTATION:

The project manager will:

*since the first month, be in charge of the implementation of the specific activities of the project for AIHR in Tunisia, according to the distribution of roles and responsibilities between the four partners in the project.

*insure the supervision and coordination of tasks between the AIHR staff dedicated to the project.

* be part of the Project's Steering Committee.

* organize or participate regularly on the virtual or on-site meetings with the partners, the staff dedicated to the project and with the stakeholders.

* be the prominent figure of AIHR within this project having the necessary experience on managing and strategizing projects as well as mobilizing key stakeholders and the human resources qualified for the diverse needs of the this specific project area.

 


 

 

 

 

MONITORING, EVALUATION, ACCOUNTABILITY AND LEARNING (MEAL):

The project manager will:

* Support in designing and implementing MEAL framework of the project with AIHR partners according to AIHR’s standards and donors requirements.

REPORTING:

The project manager will:

* report regularly on the project progress and insure that the narrative reporting meets the contractual requirements with the donor.

*work closely with the financial program officer to ensure that the project financial reporting and management are met in line with donor requirements and AIHR’ policies and procedures. You will also ensure that sound relationships with the donor and project partners at operational level are maintained and developed.

* You will supervise proper registration and sharing of the project information and results internally (AIHR) and externally. 

 

Requirements

 

The candidate should:

* have completed an academic degree in a discipline relevant to the specific areas of the project: Law, human rights law.

* have demonstrated a relevant working experience in similar positions in the field in the Middle East and Maghreb region, ideally in Tunisia, and an affinity with international human rights Law and death penalty areas.

* have strong experience and knowledge of project cycle management (incl. ensuring budget oversight with support of finance staff).

* have excellent oral and writing skills in English, French, and Arabic.

* have excellent analytical and social skills and are a team player.

* have specific expertise and direct experience working with governmental and/or non-governmental institutions on similar issues.

* be familiar with integrating gender issues and using the rights-based approach in programming.

* have the ability and readiness to travel throughout Tunisia and in other Arab or European countries when required.

 

We offer

 

The candidate will be contracted by AIHR according to Tunisian labor legislation with a competitive, fair and comprehensive honorary that is justifiable to our donors.

 

Application procedure

 

If interested, please send your application in English (motivation letter & curriculum vitae) in writing and mentioning the

job title “Project Manager: Rule of Law and Death Penalty in times of war on terrorism” to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to the attention of Ms. Lamia Grar, no later than Friday 24 February, 2017. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will have their application acknowledged.

 The Arab Institute for Human Rights (AIHR) is an independent Arab non-governmental organization based in Tunisia having regional liaison offices in Lebanon, Egypt and Morocco and Tunisia offices in Medenine and Bizerte. It was founded in 1989 at the initiative of the Arab Organization for Human Rights, the Arab Lawyers Union, and the Tunisian League for Human Rights and with the support of the United Nations Centre for Human Rights. The AIHR received the UNESCO International Award for Human Rights Education for the year 1992. The AIHR’s Board of Directors is currently composed of the three founding NGOs mentioned above in addition to the UNHCHR, the UNESCO, the UNICEF, the UNDP, the UNHCR and the UNFPA.

The Institute aims to promote a culture of human rights in the Arab region, as enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and international conventions, through developing human rights education methodologies and tools, organizing capacity building programs, and participating in the institutions and public policies reforms by using the human rights based approach.

 

Partnership agreement between the Arab Institute for Human Rights and the Center for training and supporting decentralization of the Ministry of the Interior

Tunis, 10 April 2013

This morning a partnership agreement was signed by Mr. Abdelbasset Ben Hassan, President of the Arab Institute for Human Rights and Mr. Adel Ben Yaklaf Director of the Center for training and supporting decentralization of the Ministry of the Interior.

The agreement signed aims at consolidating the cooperation between the two institutions, in order to serve the principles of human rights and citizenship participation in all regions of Tunisia. Mr. Khalil, Minister of Social Affairs and Mr. Said Mechichi, State Secretary to the Minister of the Interior in charge of regional affairs and local communities were present when the agreement was signed.

Among the areas covered by the agreement:

-Spreading a culture of human rights and general training for the benefit of the personnel of administration including municipality officials, mayors and governors and other regional officials on general issues of democratic participation, local democracy and open government.

-Stating examples and models on issues of participatory democracy, local democracy and the participation of citizens in decision-making and budgeting.

-Exchange of experience and dissemination of experiences on the role of citizens, civil society organizations and decision makers in the areas of participation, participatory democracy in local governance and development.

 

 

 

Appel d’offre pour les unités hôtelières à Gammarth,

L’INSTITUT ARABE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME lance un appel d’offre pour les unités hôtelières à Gammarth, afin d’abriter un séminaire résidentiel de 2 jours, et ce du 20 au 21 Octobre 2016.


Les hôtels devraient déposer leurs offres à l’adresse 2, rue 9 Avril, 1009, Tunis, Tunisie, dans une enveloppe portant le nom de l’hôtel, et ce dans un délai ne dépassant pas le 12 Octobre 2016.

Le dossier doit contenir :

- Une présentation de l’hôtel

- Une offre de prix pour l’hébergement de 20 personnes pour 3 nuitées, les déjeuners ainsi que les pauses café, ainsi que toute autre offre ou service supplémentaire.

- Les modalités de paiement.

Institut Arabe des Droits de l’Homme, 2 rue 9 Avril 1009 Tunis, Tunisie, Téléphone : +21671483674, +21671483683.

Message of the Arab Institute for Human Rights to the national and international Public Opinion on the occasion of Women's Day

Tunis, March the 07th, 2013

 

The text of the Message of the Arab Institute for Human Rights to the national and international Public Opinion on the occasion of Women's Day.

«The entire and effective equality means a victory for the Tunisian Revolution»

The Tunisian Revolution has stimulated many people from all social classes, all ages whether men or women since the outbreak of its first sparks. It has, therefore, drawn the attention of the world and even awakened the hope among other people from Egypt to the extreme point on earth.

Despite the divergence of the revolutionary movement paths in the region, they are unified not only in terms of starting points such as people's uprising against tyrannical and corrupted systems but also in terms of aspirations that is to say the desire for freedom, human dignity, equality and social justice ...

In fact, these starting points and aspirations may have unveiled the deeper dimensions of these revolutions, mainly the civil dimension which is based on labor, legal, social and feminist accumulations that have started since the reform movement in our countries .They have also unveiled the human dimension of their requests in terms of Interdependence between the merits of the revolution and Human Rights values and principles; in their universality, comprehensiveness and indivisibility.

The historical alignment of women and men to resist oppression, tyranny and social injustice, has shattered the false perceptions that claimed the notion of the inferiority of the Arab women. It has also refuted the claims underestimating the importance of woman and denied all attempts to frustrate and minimize her role in the construction, the development and the liberation of our societies. Thus, the stipulation for an entire equality between the two genders has been reinforced as recognition of the social, economic and political reality shaped by people in their struggles and revolutions.

In support of this scene that embellished the revolutionary process in Tunisia, Egypt and other countries, and on the basis of the mission of the Arab Institute for Human Rights to disseminate Human Rights culture and citizenship, as well as on the base of its juridical reference since its foundation, the Arab Institute for Human Rights indicated that the essence of each reform process passes inevitably through the recognition of the system of Human Rights in both their unity and integrity and that these rights remain hardly functional in the absence of the recognition and activation of the principle of equality.

This is, in fact, what has been confirmed by the Institute not only through training organizations and activists in all the Arab region but also across studies, research, seminars, forums and other programs. Moreover, The Arab Institute for Human Rights in collaboration with the rest of the components of the civil society in the region has contributed to constitutional, legislative, structural and institutional reforms through the submission of suggestions and offering visions and concepts which are able to address the issues of democratic transition from the perspective of Human Rights.

Indeed, all these activities were conducted in order to face the accurate requirements and the encountered risks of this stage. The most serious one could be the harm of the dignity of women, retreat their legal and social attainments and even doubt their Human Rights in terms of a very narrow understanding of the issue of cultural specificity and the tendency of an unequal distribution of resources to both the development of gender and between the regions.

In order to honor women in Tunisia, in the Arab world and in the entire world, the Arab Institute for Human Rights:

• Highlights the role of women in creating and encouraging the revolutionary movement on the path of democracy and freedom,

• expresses its absolute solidarity with Arab women who suffer from hard situations under authoritarian systems and armed conflict which expose their rights to serious violations ranging from killing, displacement, rape to violence and the hardships related to the asylum in Syria, Palestine and other countries... The Arab Institute for Human Rights also calls the Arab civil society to support the rights of Arab women and girls and to protect them from all forms of discrimination and abuse,

• confirms that the liberation of our people and the achievement of the requirements of their revolutions will be doomed to failure under any kind of banishment or exclusion of equality between women and men. He adds that such exclusion represents a denial of the essence of these revolutions and their merits which consist of Human Rights in their universality, comprehensiveness, interdependence, and unity as well as the rights of women as an integral part of these rights,

• stresses that Tunisian civil society sticks to gender equality as a basis for all constitutional, legal and institutional reforms conducted by our countries. He also considers the involvement of the Tunisian civil society and the support of national, Arab and international public opinion to «Tunisia Pact for rights and freedom» since it was launched on July 25th, 2012 and the demand to draft it in the Constitution and particularly its Chapter related to equality; is indeed a proof to the seriousness and the consensus related to the requirements as a way to achieve the progress and development of our societies,

• reminds the necessity of the Arab governments to assume their responsibility in order to adopt the international conventions on Human Rights especially those related to the women without any reservation, and the necessity to establish economic, social and cultural policies based on reducing social gaps and eliminating the feminization of poverty and all forms of marginalization, exclusion and vulnerability which women are suffering from,

• emphasizes the importance of devoting mechanisms, legal and constitutional guarantees to ensure the empowerment of women politically. The mechanism of parity in the elections of the Tunisian National Assembly on October 23rd, 2011 is considered as a proof and a model that should be preserved and reinforced with other mechanisms, as it offered women the opportunity to have access to the public concerns and the political sphere, as well as to have inspiration for other Arab constitutions such as the Moroccan constitution,

• and encourage all actors on the political, civil, economic and social levels to continue the revolutionary process and the path of reform, away from bargaining or manipulation of women's Rights and resisting all forms of undermining their dignity, especially violence against them in all its forms and its background, for the sake of achieving victory for our revolutions.

 

 



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