Request for Proposals: Policy Brief on Anti-Corruption and Gender

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Request for Proposals: Policy Brief on Anti-Corruption and Gender

February 04th, 2021

We are looking for a consultant to produce a policy brief on anti-corruption and gender. It will be used by parliaments, members of parliament, parliamentary staff and research services, political parties, civil society, and other stakeholders, to better understand the correlation between women’s political leadership and anti-corruption initiatives.

The policy brief should include examples or case studies from countries that are relevant to WFD’s work to draw linkages between the findings and its impact or potential impact in three areas: 1/ Policy making, 2/ The institutional functioning of parliament, 3/ Elected office for women. The policy brief should be written in accessible language that is clear to read and without jargon.

Deliverables

  • A 20-30 pages policy brief in English. The paper will include a bibliography of relevant (academic, policy and practitioners) resources. The bibliography should prioritize on and include the hyperlinks to on-line accessible resources.
  • One blog post to introduce the topic to a wider, non-specialist audience. The blog will be co-authored with one of the WFD advisers.

How to apply

For more information, please read the terms of reference. Interested candidates can submit their application, including:

  • Application letter
  • CV, incl. 2 reference persons
  • Technical proposal, with comments on the substance of the assignment
  • Financial proposal [up to 4,000 GBP max.]
  • Sample of recent publication or written consultancy output.

Send to: Sophia.fernandes@wfd.org by 16 February at 23:59 h [UK time]

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