Advocacy Training and Resources Center (ATRC), the implementer of the Engagement for Equity Program (E4E) supported by USAID, is looking for an Expert advisor (promotion of LGBTI rights) from South East Europe.
Applications must be sent before April 21, 2016, and more details can be found here.
This call is under the Engagement for Equity Program (E4E Program), implemented by Advocacy Training and Resource Center – ATRC, and supported by U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
In February 2015, Advocacy Training and Resource Center - ATRC has signed Cooperative Agreement with U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to implement Engagement for Equity Program (E4E Program).
ATRC through grant administration strive to improve integration of vulnerable and marginalized groups and to strengthen civil society’s role in raising critical democracy and governance issues and in influencing the development and effective implementation of policies affecting these communities.
In particular, the E4E Program seeks to influence the development and effective implementation of policies pertinent to vulnerable populations, while strengthening the role of civil society in effectively promoting wider critical issues of democracy and governance.
ATRC assistance to sub-grantees is driven by five objectives:
- Women in Governance and Economy;
- Empowering Women through Enhanced Awareness of Women’s Property Rights;
- Increased protection and awareness of LGBTI community rights;
- Expand Participation of Persons with Disabilities (PwD) and
- Expand Youth Participation.
Under objective 3 “Increased protection and awareness of LGBTI community rights” ATRC will support civil society organizations in increasing their capacities for addressing and initiating awareness raising initiatives, changing peoples’ attitudes, improving the legal framework with better implementation of laws, empowering the LGBTI community and promoting greater collaboration across various segments of civil society for protecting the LGBTI community and individuals from discrimination and human rights violations based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Through this public call, a consultant from South East Europe will be selected to serve as a neutral partner for providing ongoing, intermittent facilitation and technical advice to CSOs receiving grants under Objective 3 on increased protection and awareness of LGBTI community rights.
The consultant is also expected to serve as coordinator between the CSOs receiving funding and their stakeholders.
The application deadline is April 21, 2016. Click here to find all terms of reference.