Submitted by Maddalena Tomassini on Mon, 06/22/2020 - 12:08
Call for tenders for consultancy services:
ILGA World is seeking for research consultants to assist in the production of publications under the purview of the Research Program. Please note that this is not a recruitment process for a current consultancy or a job opening. This call for tenders aims to create a pool of interested consultants that will be potentially contacted by ILGA World in the future when specific consultancy opportunities become available, on an as-needed-basis.
Previous experience in conducting Country of Origin Information (COI) research and legal research on SOGIESC issues will be highly valued.
Interested candidates are invited to complete the online form before 4 pm CET, 8 July 2020.
Tenders must be submitted exclusively through this online form. Applications submitted by email will not be considered.
Should you have questions about the process please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Lesbian and bisexual women, intersex persons, trans and gender-non-binary persons, and persons from the Global South are especially encouraged to apply. Only qualified candidates will be contacted. If more than one applicant is considered to be equally qualified for the position, priority will be given to applicants coming from marginalised and/or underrepresented groups.