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National Consultant (Expert) to Support a Training in Restorative Justice (JR) Tender

UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME has floated a tender for National Consultant (Expert) to Support a Training in Restorative Justice (JR).The project location is Guinea Bissau and the tender is closing on 24 Jan 2019. The tender notice number is , while the TOT Ref Number is 29712108. Bidders can have further information about the tender and can request the complete tender document by registering on the site.

Procurement Summary

Country : Guinea Bissau

Summary : National Consultant (Expert) to Support a Training in Restorative Justice (JR)

Deadline : 24 Jan 2019

Purchaser's Detail

Bureau du PNUD Rua Rui Djassi - CP 179, Bissau Tel: (+245) 32013 62
Guinea Bissau
Email :registry.gw@undp.org
URL :http://www.gw.undp.org

Other Information

TOT Ref No. : 29712108

Document Ref. No. :

Competition : ICB

Financier : United Nations Secretariat

Tender Details

Tenders are invited for National Consultant (Expert) to Support a Training in Restorative Justice (JR). Background Since its independence, Guinea-Bissau has been living in a vicious cycle of political instability, caused by a series of interconnected causes, including lack of access to justice and impunity. Despite the enshrinement of political, civil, economic and social rights in the Constitution, laws are poorly enforced, resulting in limited and inequitable access to justice services by the population and a global decline in confidence in the state system and the institutions of the justice. The State has not been able to fulfill its mission of ensuring justice and security throughout the territory, particularly in rural areas, and especially for women, young people and children. Since independence, there has been a coexistence of formal justice, a system based on the official law inherited from colonial times, and traditional forms of justice based on law. The so-called formal justice system is expensive, slow, poorly managed, and widely discredited by the public, being seen by many as manipulative and corrupt, serving only the needs and interests of the most powerful. As a result, and for historical and cultural reasons, a large part of the population uses alternative methods of conflict resolution (MARC). And therefore, most disputes are settled by local institutions responsible for resolving conflicts, including the family, district, village and tribal leaders - especially in rural areas - and since 2012 - through Justice (CAJ). Given the scope and limited knowledge and training in restorative justice (JR) techniques and mechanisms at the national level, UNDP (United Nations Development Program) through a MARC and JR-focused project, is organizing JR training for actors working on justice issues in the country. Duties and Responsibilities Objective of the Consultancy: The objective of this consultancy is to support JR training for national actors. Duties and Responsibilities: The national consultant under the general supervision of the Deputy Resident Representative of UNDP and the technical supervision of the Chief Technical Adviser for Justice is expected to support an international consultant in the implementation of the following tasks: · Review of available documents and laws to better understand the project, context and objectives of this consultancy; · Production and preparation of training contents, taking into account existing legislation on MARC and / or JR - both international and Bissau-Guinean; · Organization of training sessions and presentation of contents to trainees; · Preparation of the report summarizing the exercise and proposing follow-up activities; · Etc. Products: The following products are expected: · Conceptual note - with a clear methodology and a proposal of the contents to be given; · 4 JR training sessions for national actors - from traditional and formal justice systems; · 1 session of preparation of awareness-raising workshops with national CSOs that will later transmit the knowledge acquired in their regions; · Final report. Duration of the Consultancy: The consultancy must be carried out within 30 working days. Competencies Skills: · Strong analytical, reporting, and other quality product capabilities - clearly and concisely, tailoring style and content to different audiences - and communication; · Experience in the production and presentation of products in a timely manner; · Strong oral presentation skills - communicate clearly and concisely - results obtained and ability to adapt posture and content to different audiences; · Demonstrated capabilities in providing training for actors in justice systems; · Professional or academic experience with MARC and / or JR methodologies / mechanisms; · Ability to focus on impacts and results directed to the client, promoting and demonstrating a strong work ethic; · Ability to work independently; · Strong interpersonal skills, negotiation and articulation. Required Skills and Experience Education: · At least Bachelor of Laws, Political Science, or other social sciences; Experience: · At least 5 years of proven work experience in the judicial system; · Knowledge of legislation on JR and / or MARC are desirable elements; · Knowledge and experience in addressing challenges in the relationships between traditional and formal justice systems; · Demonstrable knowledge and experience in the field of the rule of law and access to justice, including cross-cutting issues such as human rights, gender and capacity building; based approaches is considered a differentiating factor; · Experience in organizing desirable trainings; · Experience in the use of computers and office software . Language: · Proficiency in Portuguese and Creole from Guinea-Bissau is mandatory; · Proficiency spoken and written in French and / or English is considered an asset. Application Guidelines: Required documents: · A cover letter explaining why you consider yourself the ideal candidate for this consultancy; · A brief methodology of how to approach and conduct the tasks, describing the tools and work plan used in this consultancy; · A financial proposal; · A personal CV, including past experiences in similar actions, and at least 3 professional references. Fixed-lump-sum contracts: The financial proposal should specify a total amount as well as the payment terms around specific and measurable results (qualitative and quantitative): ie whether payments are disbursed in installments or only after completion of all the products provided for in the contract. Payments are based on production, ie after delivery of the services specified in ToR. In order to assist the applicant's consultancy unit in comparing financial offers, consultants are requested to include a clear breakdown of the total amount (including travel, per diem and expected number of working days). Travel: All planned travel expenses must be included in the financial proposal. This includes all trips to the city where the consultant's travel and repatriation trip will be located. In general, UNDP should not accept higher travel costs than an economy class ticket. If the consultant wishes to travel in a higher class he must do so using his own resources. In the case of trips not initially planned, their costs must be agreed in advance, including tickets, accommodation and other expenses, between the respective consulting unit and the individual consultant, so that costs can be reimbursed. Assessment: Individual consultants will be evaluated based on the following methodology: cumulative analysis. When using this weighted scoring method, the contract should be awarded to the individual consultant whose offer has been evaluated and determined as: · Responsive / compatible / acceptable; and · Having received the highest score from a predetermined set of technical and financial criteria weighted specifically for this request; · Weight of the technical criteria - 70 points; · Weight of the financial criteria - 30 points. Only candidates who earn a minimum of 70 points will be considered for the financial evaluation. Rating criteria: · Education - 10 points; · Experience according to ToR - 20 points; · Competences according to ToR - 10 points; · Interpretation of ToR - 15 points; · Methodology and overall approach - 25 points; · General quality of the proposal (understanding, structure, language and clarity) - 20 points. UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence. UNDP does not tolerate sexual exploitation and abuse, any kind of harassment, including sexual harassment, and discrimination. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks. [Disclaimer: The above text is machine translated. For accurate information kindly refer the original document.]

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