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KE 1 (cat. 1) - Expert on Mediation
Final evaluation of the IfS/IcSP support under Articles 3 and 4 to Mediation in beneficiary countries (2007-2018)
The Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace foresees 'support, through the provision of technical and logistical assistance, for the efforts undertaken by international and regional organisations and by State and civil society actors in promoting confidence-building, mediation, dialogue and reconciliation.' (Art 3, 2 (a)), and 'facilitating and building capacity in confidence-building, mediation, dialogue and reconciliation, with particular regard to emerging inter-community tensions' (Art 4, 1 (b)).
Description of the assignment
This evaluation consists of a sector evaluation. The sector evaluation shall assess IfS/IcSP support to mediation, strictly within the scope of “mediation” as defined in the EU Concept of 2009. This evaluation will not assess the efficiency, effectiveness and impact of individual projects. The main objectives of this evaluation are to provide the relevant services of the European Union, the interested stakeholders and the wider public with:
In particular, this evaluation will serve the European Commission, the European External Action Service, and other relevant stakeholders with:
The main users of this evaluation will be the European Commission and the European External Action Service.
At least a Master's Degree in Development, International Relations, Diplomacy, Social sciences, Law or other relevant field related to this assignment; or, in its absence, equivalent professional experience of 5 years (above the general professional experience duration fixed below) in a relevant area.
The following knowledge and experience will be an asset:
- Excellent command of English (written and spoken), proved by at least a level CT2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, or equivalent system.
Location and duration
Provisional start of the assignment: September 3, 2018. Maximum duration of the assignment: 210 calendar days (including time for finalising the final report) with the longest assignment of 50 working days.
The assignment will be home-based, with field visits to Lebanon (Syria); Central Africa Republic; Nigeria (Niger Delta).
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