Call for proposals: Scoping Study on Civil Society Organisations in Bangsamoro, Philippines

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Call for proposals: Scoping Study on Civil Society Organisations in Bangsamoro, Philippines

November 25th, 2020

The transition period in Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) presents a unique opportunity to lay the foundations of a parliamentary system that not only values the contributions of civil society but actively seeks it by instituting mechanisms and protocols for dialogue and exchange with citizens. BARMM has a vibrant civil society with many independent organisations and groups working on policy, governance, and development issues. With the overarching objective of  strengthening civil society’s engagement with the Bangsamoro Parliament, WFD would like to commission a scoping study to better understand the priority issues for CSOs and other civil society groups during the transition period and to explore effective engagement opportunities with the Parliament to involve civil society in the process of policy making. 

Please refer to the detailed Terms of Reference of more information.

How to  Apply:

Please send your updated CV and a brief proposal, with budget, outlining the structure of the scoping study to saba.gill@wfd.org.

We will receive applications on a rolling basis for this opportunity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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