Call for Applications: Training for Libyan Media Makers

Training to produce podcasts and digital stories from Libya

Training duration: 1 month of online training from 15 July – 15 August 2020

Closing date: 11 July 2020

 

About DRI

Democracy Reporting International (DRI) is a non-partisan, independent, not-for-profit organization registered in Berlin. DRI promotes political participation of citizens, accountability of the state bodies and the development of democratic institutions world-wide.

In Libya, Democracy Reporting International (DRI) has been supporting the constitution-drafting process and the work of Libyan civil society organisations on topics related to the constitution, human rights and local governance. Under this project, DRI has worked with local partners and networks to create a conducive environment for a democratic transition. DRI, in close cooperation with its local partners, has implemented awareness raising activities among citizens, on the relevance of democratic milestones of the transition and facilitated exchange between citizens and relevant political and institutional actors.

As part of this, in partnership with Deutsche Welle Academy (DWA), DRI Libya country office is conducting a training to produce democracy and covid-19 related podcasts and digital stories from inside Libya. The training is expected to support 16 Libyan media makers from all three regions in Libya to develop their capacity on research, ethics, fact-checking and how to produce podcasts and digital stories with coaching to ensure the content of 8 podcasts and 8 digital stories is finalised. The produced content will be broadcasted on Libyan media outlets, both radio and TV channels. It will also be promoted through the DRI and the DWA social media. This training will be led by trainers from the Arab region with extensive thematic and technical experience.

 

Criteria for selection of training participants:

  • Libyan national.
  • Interest and passion in working on production of podcasts and digital stories.
  • At least 2 – 3 years of experience in the production of digital stories or podcasts.
  • Presenting an idea that is related to human rights, democracy, civil and political or covid-19.

Libyan women are encouraged to apply to this training opportunity.

 

What you need to do to apply:

Fill in an application and upload your CV before 11 July 2020 here:

Call for Podcast Producers

Call for Digital Video Producers

 

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Request for Proposal: Security Provider Libya

Read full Request for Proposal (RfP) document

1. Assignment Background

The DRI Libya Team works closely with municipalities and civil society partners across all three regions of Libya on local governance, participatory democracy and civil and political rights. Due to the context of war in Libya, the Team is operating from the DRI Tunisia Office. Nevertheless, staff members and external experts are sometimes required to travel to Libya to grant successful project implementation. Moreover, a solid and up-to-date understanding of security-related developments on the ground in Libya is vital for the Team’s project planning.

DRI Libya is, therefore, looking to require the services of a security provider to advise on specific risks and security issues and to conduct security training for staff. The services shall commence as soon as possible for a minimum of 5 months and may be extended until 2022.

2. Description of the services required

DRI is looking for two specific services: A – Required services (such as security consulting and security training) and B – Ad hoc services (such as security advisory services, escort services, and incident response services). Respondents can submit proposals for both A and B, or either.

3. Contents of this RFP Document

The document consists of the following annexes and should be read in conjunction with any Addendum that may be issued by the DRI.

Annex I:                 Proposal Evaluation Form

Annex II:               Proposer Information Form

Annex III:             Proposal Submission

4. Amendment in Document

At any time, prior to the deadline for submission of RFP document, DRI may amend the document by issuing addenda. Any addendum issued shall be part of the RFP document and shall be communicated to the participating firms in writing by DRI. To give prospective applicants reasonable time and not less than one week to take an addendum into account in preparing their RFP document, DRI may, at its discretion, extend the deadline for the submission of proposals.

5. Disclaimer

The submission for this RFP document does not entail any commitment on the part of DRI, either financial or otherwise. DRI may cancel the process, any time, without assigning any reason.

6. Submission of Proposal

Completed RFP document  should be submitted in PDF format via email entitled “RFP –Security Provider Libyato the following address: [email protected]

7. Deadline for submission of RFP document

Deadline for submission of RFP document is Tuesday, 23 June 2020, 12:00 PM local time (CEST). RFP received after the deadline shall not be considered.

8. Deadlin for queries

Proposers may submit clarification questions to the following person: [email protected]. Clarification requests will be accepted until Tuesday, 16 June 2020, 12:00 PM local time, and consequently shared with all other proposers.

9. Proposal Evaluation and Award criteria

Proposals will be evaluated according to Annex I – Technical & Financial Evaluation Form and contract will be awarded on best value for money basis.

10. Operational language

All written communications for this proposal must be in English. 

11. Confidentiality

Information and procedure relating to evaluation of RFP is confidential.

12. Notification of Award

The successful bidder will be informed in writing that its proposal has been accepted. For more details, read the full Request for Proposal (RFP).

 

COUNTRY DIRECTOR (LIBYA)

Form of Employment: Full-time

Starting Date: 1 January 2020

Duration: Until December 2020, with the possibility of extension

Location: Tunis, Tunisia (with regular travels to Libya if the security situation allows)

 

Background

Democracy Reporting International (DRI) is a non-partisan, independent, not-for-profit organisation registered in Berlin. DRI promotes the political participation of citizens, accountability of state bodies and the development of democratic institutions worldwide.

In Libya, DRI has been supporting the constitution-drafting process and the work of Libyan civil society organisations on topics related to the constitution, human rights and local governance since 2012. Under this programme (currently comprised of three projects), DRI will be working with its local partners and networks on building the knowledge and capacity of Libyan citizens to engage in the country’s governance processes, with an initial focus on the local level. To do so, DRI will run civic education activities with elected local officials, civil society organisations and citizens on political participation, with a particular focus on women.

 

Your Duties and Responsibilities

Under the overall supervision of DRI’s Director of Programmes, the Country Director will be responsible for overseeing the entire portfolio of work of the DRI Libya country office. This entails the design, implementation and evaluation/reporting on DRI Libya’s projects, and the management of the DRI Libya office.

More specifically, the Country Director will be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Ensuring that the projects’ outputs and activities are responsive to the political and security context and project goals, as well as delivered in an effective, timely and efficient manner;
  • Identifying significant developments (political, security, etc.) and their impact on the projects’ activities or entry points for engagement;
  • Drafting, reviewing or contributing to reports, briefing papers and other knowledge products;
  • Developing a visibility and outreach strategy for the projects;
  • Monitoring the implementation of the projects and proposing any modifications to the projects’ work plans; ensuring a continuous and effective Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning process throughout the project management cycle;
  • Ensuring that gender mainstreaming is applied throughout the project management cycle and within the country office;
  • Overseeing the recruitment and work undertaken by local and international experts;
  • Overseeing project budgets and financial reporting, in cooperation with the Finance Manager and DRI HQ Finance Unit, as well as ensuring that procurement is carried out in accordance with DRI standard practices and donor regulations;
  • Ensuring the safety and security of all DRI operations and persons contractually affiliated to DRI;
  • Managing the DRI team in Tunis as well as colleagues in Tripoli, supervising staff and experts;
  • Ensuring effective coordination with and reporting to DRI’s Director of Programmes, DRI Representative for North Africa, and other relevant staff at DRI Headquarters;
  • Ensuring effective coordination with project partners, consortium partners, donors;
  • Providing advice and briefings to key stakeholders on relevant issues of democracy and governance (including elections, local governance and (women) political participation), constitutional reform and human rights implementation;
  • Representing DRI Libya, respecting DRI’s mission statement of promoting political rights as enshrined in international human rights standards, as well as DRI’s reputation and status as a charitable, non-profit company.
  • Coordinating closely with domestic and international organisations as well as relevant embassies in Tunis, to ensure complementary program activities. This also includes the exploration of potential partnerships with DRI which need to be discussed with the Director of Programmes prior to their initiation.
  • Other relevant duties, as required.

 

Your Education and Experience

  • Master’s Degree in, law, political or social science or a related field;
  • At least 10 years of relevant professional experience managing projects related to democracy assistance, human rights, local governance or governance reform. Experience with international non-profit organisations is preferred;
  • Proven experience in supervising and managing staff; experience in heading a project office in Libya is a distinct asset;
  • At least three years of experience in managing projects in Libya;
  • Strong networks with relevant stakeholders in the governance field in Libya;
  • Sound knowledge of international democracy and human rights standards; experience in local governance and civil society focused projects is a distinct asset;
  • The ability to travel inside Libya is a requirement;
  • Fluency in English required; Arabic, both spoken and written is a distinct asset;
  • Strong presentation skills (written and oral);
  • Excellent interpersonal, managerial and communication skills, and a strong administrative track record, including proven leadership, staff and financial management;
  • Good negotiation skills and the ability to work as part of a culturally diverse team.

 

DRI values diversity and aims to be an equal opportunities employer.

DRI offers a competitive salary according to donor regulations and incumbent experience. Moreover, DRI offers you flexible working hours, training opportunities and working as part of an international and multicultural team.

This position is subject to funding.

For interested applicants, please send your application (cover letter, CV and three references) to  [email protected]. Please include “Country Director – Libya” in the subject line and inform us about your earliest possible starting date and your salary expectations.

 

Closing date for applications: 31 December 2019. The position may be filled before the end of the deadline so early applications are encouraged.

 

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. If you are one of those shortlisted, we will contact you within two weeks after expiration of the deadline.

 

Organisation responsible for this vacancy:

 

Democracy Reporting International gGmbH

Prinzessinnenstraße 30

10969 Berlin, Germany

Tel +49 30 27877300

Fax +49 30 27877300-10

 

Data processing of personal data in third countries will not take place. We process your data in accordance with the provisions of § 26 German Federal Data Protection Act. More information about processing your personal data: privacy policy.

 

Call for Submissions: Film and Radio Competition – Libya

DRI Libya is inviting Libyan amateurs, artists, media professionals, filmmakers and civil society organizations to apply for a film and radio competition on democracy-related topics. Please find below our call for submissions!

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For further questions, please contact us via e-mail: [email protected], or via WhatsApp: +216 25 049 764.

DRI Libya Recruits!

Democracy Reporting International (DRI) is a non-partisan, independent, not-for-profit organisation registered in Berlin. DRI promotes the political participation of citizens, accountability of state bodies and the development of democratic institutions worldwide.

In Libya, DRI has been supporting the constitution-drafting process and the work of Libyan civil society organisations on topics related to the constitution, human rights and local governance. Under the current programme (comprised of currently two separate projects), DRI is working with its local partners and networks on building the knowledge and capacity of Libyan citizens to engage in the country’s governance processes, with an initial focus on the local level.

DRI is currently recruiting three staff members for  DRI’s component of the ISAL project (Improved Service delivery and Accountability at Local level). This project is funded by the European Union and implemented by a consortium of VNG International (the consortium lead), CILG, and DRI. DRI’s project component aims to increase participatory policy-making and civic engagement in Libya’s transition. Through civic education and democratisation interventions, DRI will work with four different target groups – elected officials, civil society organisations, citizens, and thought leaders, academics and researchers – in different communities across Libya.

Libya ISAL Project Positions

Position: Project Manager – DRI Libya
Form of Employment: Full-time
Starting Date: as soon as possible
Duration: 31 March 2022
Location: Tunis, Tunisia (with regular travels to Libya if the security situation allows)

DRI is currently looking for a Project Manager of DRI’s component of the ISAL project (Improved Service delivery and Accountability at Local level). This project is funded by the European Union and implemented by a consortium of VNG International (the consortium lead), CILG, and DRI. DRI’s project component aims to increase participatory policy-making and civic engagement in Libya’s transition. Through civic education and democratisation interventions, DRI will work with four different target groups – elected officials, civil society organisations, citizens, and thought leaders, academics and researchers – in different communities across Libya.

Your duties and responsibilities:
Under the overall supervision of DRI’s Director of Programmes, the Project Manager will be responsible for managing the implementation of DRI’s component of the ISAL Project; coordinating effectively between DRI Headquarters, DRI Libya and the project consortium, coordinating activities in Libya and Europe; as well as implementing a set of activities in Tunisia. More specifically, the Project Manager will be responsible for the following tasks:

Project Management
• Is responsible for the day-to-day management of the project through its life cycle, in line with programme objectives and in strict compliance with the contract and the requirements of the grant giver, ensuring that programme products and activities are responsive to programme goals and delivered in an effective, timely and cost-effective manner, using standardised programme management tools including work breakdown structures, programme logic, logframes etc.
• Regularly monitors implementation and proposes any modifications to the implementation calendar (work plan) that may be required.
• Ensures a continuous and effective MEL (Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning) process throughout the project management cycle.
• Ensures that gender and diversity mainstreaming is applied throughout the project management cycle.
• Manages the programme budget, prepares forecasts, checks financial follow-ups and reports.
• Prepares relevant narrative reports, amendment proposals and acts as the local contact point for the other consortium members and Donors.
• Assesses programmatic and financial risks and issues that might arise over the course of the program life cycle, as well as suggesting measures to correct them when they occur and implementing the approved measures.
• Identifies, formulates and implements activities in Tunisia and coordinates their implementation in Libya and Europe where applicable, including supervision of procurement and recruitment processes according to the programme needs.
• Contributes to DRI’s fundraising to guarantee financial sustainability of DRI’s Libya programme until end of the implementation period.
• Manages the Community Outreach Coordinator, closely coordinates with the Finance and Administration Manager and overlooks the procurement and logistic staff of CILG responsible for DRI’s project activities inside Libya.
• Monitors the security situation and ensures that activities in Libya are conducted in line with the project’s security policy and with the utmost consideration for the security of staff and partners.
• Closes the project.
• Develops ideas and proposals for follow-up work.
• In the case of acquisition of an additional project under the DRI’s Libya programme, the Project Manager might be tasked with coordinating parts of another project, as required.

Coordination, Communication & Representation
• Represents the programme at various fora, occasionally at high-level gatherings.
• Coordinates the programme in Libya and Tunisia ensuring coherence between the overall ISAL project and DRI’s component.
• Ensures regular and effective communication and coordination with the other consortium members and reports regularly to DRI HQ.
• Develops and maintains relationships with key actors in Libya and Tunisia.
• Further develops a visibility and outreach strategy for the programme ensuring strict compliance with the visibility requirements of the grant giver.
• Ensures the regular up-dating of the DRI website relative to the programme in accordance with the DRI visibility and communication standards.
• Other relevant duties compatible with the main tasks, as required.

Your Education & Experience:
• Master’s Degree in social sciences, public administration, development, law or a related field;
• At least eight years of relevant/progressive professional experience managing projects in international development, including at least five related to (local) governance, civil society or related fields, preferably with an international NGO;
• Proven experience in managing projects funded by the European Commission, preferably through EEAS is strongly desirable;
• Strong coordination skills with the ability to effectively coordinate among partner organisations; experience in implementing projects in a consortium is preferred;
• Knowledge of North Africa and Libya in specific is an asset;
• Experience of working in conflict-affected environments;
• Fluency in English and Arabic is required;
• Strong presentation skills (written and oral);
• Excellent interpersonal, managerial and communication skills, and a strong administrative track record, including proven leadership, staff and financial management;
• Good negotiation skills and the ability to work as part of a culturally diverse team.

DRI values diversity and aims to be an equal opportunities employer. Women are encouraged to apply!

For interested applicants, please send your application (cover letter, CV and three references) to [email protected] Please include “Project Manager – DRI Libya” in the subject line and also inform us about your earliest possible starting date.

Closing date for applications: 4 August 2019. The position may be filled before the end of the deadline so early applications are encouraged. Applying for this position by post mail is possible, please find our address details below.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. If you are one of those shortlisted, we will contact you within one week after expiration of the deadline at the latest.

Organisation responsible for this vacancy:
Democracy Reporting International gGmbH
Prinzessinnenstraße 30
10969 Berlin, Germany
Tel +49 30 27877300
Fax +49 30 27877300-10

Data processing of personal data in third countries will not take place. We process your data in accordance with the provisions of § 26 German Federal Data Protection Act. More information about processing your personal data: privacy policy .

Position: Head of Finance & Administration Libya
Form of Employment: Full-time
Starting Date: October 2019
Duration: 01 October 2019 – 31 March 2022
Position Location: Tunis, Tunisia (with regular travels to Libya if the security situation allows)

Background

Democracy Reporting International (DRI) is a non-partisan, independent, not-for-profit organisation registered in Berlin. Democracy Reporting International promotes political participation of citizens, accountability of state bodies and the development of democratic institutions world-wide.

In Libya, DRI has been supporting the constitution-drafting process and the work of Libyan civil society organisations on topics related to the constitution, human rights and local governance. Under the current programme (comprised of currently two separate projects), DRI is working with its local partners and networks on building the knowledge and capacity of Libyan citizens to engage in the country’s governance processes, with an initial focus on the local level.

DRI is currently looking for a full-time Head of Finance and Administration for its country office in Tunis, where DRI will be implementing a component of the ISAL project (Improved Service delivery and Accountability at Local level). This project is funded by the European Union and implemented by a consortium of VNG International (the consortium lead), CILG, and DRI. The position is also expected to work on future projects within the DRI Libya office.

The Head of Finance and Administration will be leading DRI finance and administration team in the Libya Office in Tunis. The Head of Finance and Administration will work closely with the Project Manager in all aspects of budget and office management and lead financial reporting to the donor under the supervision of the Country Representative, with the technical Guidance of the Director of Finance Unit, Berlin, Germany.

Your duties and responsibilities:

Under the overall supervision of DRI Libya Country Representative, Head of Finance and Administration Libya will lead on all administrative and financial aspects pertaining to DRI´s programme in Libya, including human resources and office management, financial management and donor communication on project budgets and financial reports.

More specifically, the Head of Finance and Administration Libya will:

1. Financial Management
• Manage the finance and administration team in DRI Libya Office in Tunis, including establishing of efficient division of labour and training of local staff.
• Manage the DRI Libya office, including rentals/landlord relations, fixtures and maintenance, IT issues, utilities/supplies, and maintaining/updating the inventory of assets.
• Oversee all project related payments and coordinate with vendors, experts and DRI HQ for executing payments in a timely manner.

2. Compliance
• Ensure that the DRI Libya office meets all donor requirements, Libya and Tunisia legal requirements, German bookkeeping requirements as well as DRI internal regulations;
• Draft and oversee implementation of all administrative policies, procedures and templates, including human resource policy, travel policy, vehicle usage policy, leave tracking templates, subgrant guidelines, etc.

3. Donor reporting
• Ensure the accurate and timely submission of donor financial reports and lead on donor communication on budgets and budget amendments
• Be responsible for the monthly budget forecast and budget monitoring and assist the Project Manager and Programme Officers to create activity budgets.
• Oversee procurement processes and ensure accurate procurement documentation.

4. Sub-Delegation/Sub-Granting
• Provide training and financial guidance to subgrantees and project partners and oversee controlling of partner financial reports and payment requests.

5. Human Resources
• Lead local staff recruitment processes and documentation, maintain a human resources and payroll system, including staff contracts and timesheets, performance evaluation.
• Ensure compliance with relevant local government tax laws and tax reporting.
• Manage the contracting and deployment of expat staff, international experts and visitors, including visa and travel arrangements.

6. Audit and Archiving
• Maintain an electronic and physical filing system for administrative and financial records, including activity reports, participant lists, subgrant contracts, procurements and tenders.
• Lead on donor and external audit mission and ensure preparation thereof: preparing documentation for external audits and expenditure verification, including evidence of payments, procurement and activities as well as compiling the audit samples as required.
• Plans and coordinates project closure, including asset management/ asset donation and archive transfer to HQ, if applicable.
• Perform any other related duties, as assigned.

Qualifications:
• At least a Bachelor´s degree in accounting, business management, development economics or relevant fields;
• A minimum of 5 years’ experience as manager and/or finance manager with international non–profit organisations.
• Proven experience in financial management of donor funded projects. More specific, projects funded by the European Commission. Experiences working with management of subgrants and/or working within a consortium is an asset
• Fluency in English required – ability to communicate in Arabic or French is an asset.
• Excellent financial and analytical skills; detail-orientation, ability to work independent and a pro-active and problem-solving attitude;
• Excellent IT-skills, including excellent knowledge of Excel and familiarity with accounting systems;
• Ability to manage a finance and administration team and demonstrate leadership, ability to understand the needs of programme unit and propose solutions to daily challenges;
• Experience in human resource management, including review of local labour laws and contracting templates;
• Ability to operate in a cross-cultural team and in a challenging environment requiring flexibility, patience and creativity;

DRI values diversity and aims to be an equal opportunities employer. Women are encouraged to apply!

For interested applicants, please send your application (cover letter, CV and three references) to [email protected] Please include “Head of Finance and Administration – DRI Libya” in the subject line and also inform us about your earliest possible starting date.

Closing date for applications: 4 August 2019.

The position may be filled before the end of the deadline so early applications are encouraged. Applying for this position by post mail is possible, please find our address details below.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. If you are one of those shortlisted, we will contact you within one week after expiration of the deadline at the latest.

Organisation responsible for this vacancy:

Democracy Reporting International gGmbH
Prinzessinnenstraße 30
10969 Berlin, Germany
Tel +49 30 27877300 – Fax +49 30 27877300-10

Data processing of personal data in third countries will not take place. We process your data in accordance with the provisions of § 26 German Federal Data Protection Act. More information about processing your personal data: privacy policy .

Position: Community Outreach Coordinator – ISAL Project (DRI Libya)
Form of Employment: Full-time
Starting Date: As soon as possible
Duration: Until 31 March 2022
Location: Tripoli, Libya (if security situation allows; alternatively, Tunis, Tunisia)

DRI is currently looking for a Community Outreach Coordinator of DRI’s component of the ISAL project (Improved Service delivery and Accountability at Local level). This project is funded by the European Union and implemented by a consortium of VNG International (the consortium lead), CILG, and DRI. DRI’s project component aims to increase participatory policy-making and civic engagement in Libya’s transition. Through civic education and democratisation interventions, DRI will work with four different target groups – elected officials, civil society organisations, citizens, and thought leaders, academics and researchers – in different communities across Libya.

Your duties and responsibilities:
Under the overall supervision of DRI Libya’s Project Manager, the Community Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for effectively coordinating with relevant project stakeholders in Libya and organising project events in Libya (and Tunisia, if necessary). More specifically, the Community Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for the following tasks:
• Co-design and facilitate project activities, such as workshops, trainings, multi-stakeholder meetings, consultation sessions, briefings, and publications;
• Lead on the implementation of project activities in Libya, such as workshops, trainings, multi-stakeholder meetings, consultations sessions, briefings;
• Identify capacity building needs of stakeholders through bilateral meetings and other events;
• Prepare, organize and report on project events held in Libya;
• Lead on the communication with and outreach to relevant project stakeholders in Libya;
• Draft Terms of Reference for project experts and consultants;
• Lead on the coordination with project experts and consultants who conduct in-country trainings/sessions;
• Lead on the coordination with local CILG colleagues and the organization of activities in Libya in particular;
• Monitor the political and security situation, as well as civil society activities in Libya and regularly update the DRI Libya Project Manager about project relevant developments;
• Act as the focal point for local partners in Libya and expand DRI’s network of partners in-country;
• Perform any other related duties, as agreed with the Project Director and DRI HQ.

Your Education & Experience:

You are a Libyan professional who is fluent in Arabic and English and have a proven track record of working with Libyan local government officials and civil society.
• Proven fluency in spoken and written English – acquired either through university studies, professional work or a course and attested language certificate (such as TOEFL, IELTS etc.)
• At least five years of relevant/progressive professional experience working on (local) governance, civil society or related fields, including in rural areas, preferably with an international NGO;
• Strong coordination skills with the ability to effectively coordinate among partner organisations;
• Strong presentation skills (written and oral);
• Willingness and capacity to work with a high level of autonomy
• A strong administrative track record;
• Willingness to travel regularly in the country (at least 25% of the time);
• In-depth knowledge of governance in Libya in general, and challenges of local governance in Libya in specific, is a strong asset;
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to work as part of a culturally diverse team are expected.

DRI values diversity and aims to be an equal opportunities employer. Women are encouraged to apply!

Moreover, DRI offers you flexible working hours, training opportunities and working as part of an international and multicultural team.

If you are interested in this position, please send your application (cover letter, CV and three references) to [email protected] Please include “Community Outreach Coordinator – ISAL Project (Libya)” in the subject line and refer to the source you have found this opportunity. Applying for this position by post mail is possible, please find our address details below.
Closing date for applications: 4 August 2019. The position may be filled before the end of the deadline so early applications are encouraged.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. If you are one of those shortlisted, we will contact you within one week after expiration of the deadline at the latest.
Organisation responsible for this vacancy:
Democracy Reporting International gGmbH
Prinzessinnenstraße 30
10969 Berlin, Germany
Tel +49 30 27877300
Fax +49 30 27877300-10

Data processing of personal data in third countries will not take place. We process your data in accordance with the provisions of § 26 German Federal Data Protection Act. More information about processing your personal data: privacy policy .

Eight years after the revolution – Taking stock of Libya’s transformation

Libya’s developments since the 2011 revolution have been complicated and confusing. What were the important moments, what did they lead to in the long run? Who are the important players? And what can we learn from the recent past?

DRI launched a publication which connects the dots of how the country got to where it is now. Looking at the (war) economy, questions of legitimacy, power and violence along an interactive timeline, the publication serves as an online guide to find a way through the complexities of Libya’s transformation from 2011 – 2018.

Click the image for a read of “At a Glance: Libya’s Transformation 2011- 2018: Power, Legitimacy, and the Economy”.

The launching of this publication on 10 June in Tunis gathered more than 35 participants, including two of the authors as well as representatives of international organisations, embassies, scholars, activists, and civil society organisations. Beyond presenting and discussing our analysis, members of the international community and Libyan scholars and activists identified current challenges and recommended ways to overcome them.

Concerns ranged from the lack of clarity of UNSMIL’s mandate, the missing respect for the rule of law in Libya, the lack of women representation in decision-making, to the shrinking space of CSOs in the East of the country, all in the context of violence and a war that was escalated once more this year.

Concretely, some participants underlined the lost credibility of the UN and international community and recommended to clarify and re-consider the UN’s mandate to a potential peace keeping mandate.

Others stressed the need to increase the role of the Libyan judiciary system. In the past years, many political decisions were subsequently challenged in courts and overturned. Some participants felt that the courts should review principle laws or decisions on political issues like elections or the constitution before they are formally adopted, to reduce the scope for judicial challenge. Some legal systems include such mechanisms for laws of high importance (such as ‘organic laws’).

One speaker stressed that women were systematically assaulted since 2011 and yet remained resilient and worked at the forefront of protecting and restoring a sense of social cohesion, working with youth, education and ethnic minorities. Unfortunately, women have been missing around the negotiation tables. Participants called on all actors to give women a voice and a seat at the negotiation table – in particular the international players should ensure participation of women in internationally led decision-making processes.

Finally, participants discussed the lack of viability of civil society organizations in Benghazi and the East in general. International actors find it particularly difficult to reach out to Eastern organisations. Most of the activists in the East are afraid to work openly, as they are easily labeled as traitors, ‘atheists’, or spies when expressing political opinions. In order to perform any activities or even travel outside of Libya, activists need to obtain security clearance from security agencies in Benghazi. The use of virtual spaces and advocacy campaigns online were discussed as possible ways out.

The launching event was held under Chatham House Rule in the framework of the project “Strengthening Libyan Civil Society Engagement on the Constitution and the Political Transition”, funded by the German Federal Foreign Office.

Libya’s civil society adapts to surge in violence, strengthens local communities

While all eyes were on the planned UN-sponsored national conference, Libyans witnessed the renewal of large-scale violence in Tripoli and its outskirts since early April. Although the situation on the ground casts a long shadow over the national political process, civil society continues to work, not the least in connection with the on-going process of electing local councils in many municipalities of Libya.

DRI brought 24 of its partner organisations and activists from across Libya together to reflect on the changed situation and to adapt work with a stronger focus on engaging citizens and carrying out dialogues at the local level, rather than engagement on the currently elusive national process.

The activists travelled under difficult circumstances to Tunis and gladly returned home safely.

“We have to keep going and the local level is a good place: Transparency in local governance is essential,” said Mohamed Eljarh, a Libyan political analyst and trainer during the event. “Where we manage to include citizens, including women, into the planning of local budgets and their implementation, we strengthen confidence in public bodies, reduce corruption and make sure that real needs are addressed by the authorities. Some forces are trying to pull Libya apart. We try to strengthen the fabric of society and increase trust.”

 

This event took place from 26 – 28 April 2019 in the framework of DRI’s project “Strengthening Libyan Civil Society Engagement on the Constitution and Political Transition”, funded by the German Federal Foreign Office. 

Monitoring Libya’s Public Discourse Online

News we receive from Libya are few and mostly stem from media outlets that are often ideologically or politically affiliated.

But how can we know what ordinary Libyans think of the political transition? What are common narratives on elections, the constitution and the UN’s efforts to advance the transition by holding a National Dialogue Conference?

In an effort to understand Libya’s social media landscape and to identify key narratives that shape the Libyan public opinion, DRI has started monitoring Facebook content posted on Libyan public pages in December. Over the next six months, DRI will publish monthly reports to analyze the content consumed by Libyan users on Facebook and their online behavior regarding the constitution, elections and the political process in general.

Click on the picture below for our report with findings of December and January!

(دعوة لتقديم مقترحات مشاريع – ليبيا (تمديد الموعد النهائي

طلب تقديم مقترحات مشاريع تنفذها مؤسسات المجتمع المدني في ليبيا

بمنح صغيرة مقدمة من المنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن الديمقراطية 

 

اسم المشروع: مشروع تعزيز دور مؤسسات المجتمع المدني في الانتقال السياسي في ليبيا

الجهة المنفذة: المنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن الديمقراطية

الجهة المانحة: وزارة الخارجية الاتحادية الألمانية

مدة المشروع: من شهر أغسطس 2018 إلى غاية شهر ديسمبر 2019

طبيعة أنشطة المشروع: تعزيز دور مؤسسات المجتمع المدني خلال مرحلة الانتقال السياسي في ليبيا

الإطار الزمني لتنفيذ المشروعات التي تمول بالمنح الصغرى: من شهر أبريل إلى غاية شهر سبتمبر 2019

 

:نبذة عن برنامج تعزيز دور مؤسسات المجتمع في ليبيا خلال مرحلة الانتقال السياسي

ضمن برنامج المنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن الديمقراطية لهذا العام، سوف تقوم المنظمة بتقديم منح صغرى بحد أقصى لعدد 15 مؤسسة مجتمع مدني في ليبيا لغرض تنفيذ مشروعات وبرامج صغرى في المجالات التالية: الاستفتاء على الدستور، الانتخابات البلدية، الانتخابات الرئاسية، الانتخابات البرلمانية، حقوق الانسان، المشاركة المجتمعية في الحياة السياسية، والانتقال السياسي في ليبيا. وتهدف هذه المنح لتفعيل دور مؤسسات المجتمع المدني في مجتمعاتها المحلية وعلى مستوى المناطق التي تعمل بها، خاصة في مجال التوعية المجتمعية وتوسيع قاعدة المشاركة السياسية وإشراك هذه المؤسسات في الحياة العامة

وسوف يتبنى البرنامج مشروعات مقترحة تتقدم بها مؤسسات المجتمع المدني، على أن تقوم كل مؤسسة بتصميم مشروع صغير تكون أهدافه ومخرجاته واضحة ومحددة مع ضرورة تقديم ميزانية محددة تبين بنود الصرف بشكل يعكس تقديرات واقعية وتجربة المؤسسة السابقة ودرايتها بهذه الأمور الفنية

لمزيد من التفاصيل، الرجاء الاطلاع على المرفقات والملاحق في الروابط التالية

:شروط التقدّم للحصول على المنح الصغرى لتمويل الأنشطة بالمجتمعات المحلية في ليبيا

الرجاء الاطلاع على المرفقات والملاحق في الروابط التالية

دعوة لتقديم مقترحات مشاريع

نموذج الطلب

 ملحق ميزانية المشروع

 

:آخر موعد للتقدم

يوم 26/03/2019 ولن يعتد بأي طلب يقدم بعد هذا الموعد

 

:إن المنظمة المسؤولة عن الإعلان عن هذه الوظيفة هي المنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن الديمقراطية والتي يقع مقرها في برلين – ألمالنيا

Democracy Reporting International gGmbH

Prinzessinnenstraße 30

10969 Berlin, Germany

Tel +49 30 27877300

Fax +49 30 27877300-10

ونود أن نسترعي انتباهك إلى أن معالجة البيانات الشخصية واستخدامها لن يتم في أي دولة اخرى، فنحن نستخدم بياناتك وفقاً لأحكام القانون الفيدرالي الألماني لحماية البيانات رقم ٢٦. واذا كنت ترغب في معرفة المزيد من المعلومات حول معالجة بياناتك الشخصية واستخدامها، يرجى قراءة سياسة الخصوصية

عقد ميسر/ة للملتقيات المجتمعية

نوع العقد: عقد ميسر/ة للملتقيات المجتمعية

الإطار الزمني: بدءً من 1 أبريل 2019
مكان العمل: ليبيا
اسم المشروع: مشروع تعزيز دور مؤسسات المجتمع المدني في الانتقال السياسي في ليبيا

: مقدمة
تعتبر المنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن الديمقراطية منظمة دولية غير حكومية وغير ربحية ولا تنتمي لأي حزب أو تو ج ه سياسي
محدد وهي مستقلة ومسجلة في مدينة برلين. وهي تقوم بتحفيز وتشجيع المشاركة السياسية للمواطنين، والرفع من مستوى
المسائلة لدى المؤسسات الحكومية وتطوير المؤسسات الديمقراطية حول العالم. تتعاون المنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن
الديمقراطية مع العديد من الأطراف والجهات المختلفة مثل واضعي السياسات وأصحاب القرار، والحكومات والوزارات
ومؤسسات المجتمع المدني والنشطاء المستقلين والخبراء من أجل خلق فضاء ي م ك ن الجميع من المساهمة في الدفاع عن
المكتسبات الديمقراطية من خلال تحقيق مشاركة أكبر للمواطنين في الحياة السياسية، والتوعية بشأن أهمية الانتخابات بأنواعها
وعلى المستويين المحلي والوطني، والاستحقاقات الدستورية ناهيك عن باقي الاستحقاقات الهامة والمقبلة في ليبيا لضمان
الانتقال السياسي السلس والسلمي.
ضمن إطار برنامج المنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن الديمقراطية لهذا العام، سوف تعقد المنظمة 15 لقاء عام للمواطنين في
المجتمعات المحلية في ليبيا بغرض رفع الوعي بالموضوعات التالية: الاستفتاء على الدستور، الانتخابات البلدية، الانتخابات
الرئاسية، الانتخابات البرلمانية، المشاركة المجتمعية في الحياة السياسية، والانتقال السياسي في ليبيا. وتهدف هذه الملتقيات

.الى دعم الحوار بين أفراد المجتمع والقيادات المجتمعية والسياسية، ورفع الوعي بتلك المواضيع الهامة
وسوف يتبنى البرنامج مواضيع مقترحة يتقدم بها نشطاء لديهم الخبرة الكافية لتحضير هذه الملتقيات وتنظيمها وتيسير الحوار
بها، على أن يقوم كل ناشط(ة) باقتراح اجتماع مجتمعي واحد على الأقل وتحديد المنطقة والفئة المستهدفة من المواطنين
والموضوع المقترح تناوله ومنهجية تيسير الاجتماع، تكون أهدافه ومخرجاته واضحة ومحددة مع ضرورة تقديم ميزانية
محددة تبين كافة التكاليف المتوقعة. ويمكن للمتق دم اقتراح تنظيم أكثر من لقاء مجتمعي واحد، فيمكن مثلا تكرار إقامة اللقاء
.الذي يتناول نفس الموضوع في أكثر من مدينة، أو تغطية موضوعات مختلفة في نفس المدينة
وعليه، فإننا نحث ونشجع النشطاء والمهتمين بهذا المجال بتصميم الملتقيات بطريقة تمكنهم من العمل مع باقي الجهات التي

.قد تدعمها وتساهم في جهودها من أجل أن تعم الفائدة على أكبر عدد من المواطنين وتغطي أكبر رقعة جغرافية ممكنة
ويمكن أن تنفذ البرامج المقترحة بالشراكة مع مؤسسات أخرى، أو بالتعاون من جهات وأطراف حكومية أو غير حكومية
مثل المجالس البلدية ومكاتب القطاعات بالبلديات والهيئات الحكومية والهيئة التأسيسية لصياغة الدستور والمفوضية العليا
.للانتخابات واللجنة المركزية لانتخابات المجالس البلدية والمنظمات المختلفة العاملة في ليبيا

 مهام ميسر/ة الملتقيات المُجتمعية وواجباته/ا  -I

تصميم الإطار العام للقاء ومحتواه وتحديد الفئات المستهدفة منه –

تنظيم الملتقى المجتمعي ودعوة المشاركين والمتحدثين من القيادات المجتمعية المحلية أو السياسية أو غيرهم تنظيم –

القيام بالترتيبات اللوجستية وفقا للموازنة المتفق عليها مسبقا مع المنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن الديمقراطية ووفقا لقواعدها –
المالية
إدارة الحوار أثناء المُلتقى وفقا للمبادئ الاسترشادية للمنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن الديمقراطية
ضمان مشاركة المرأة بنسبة لا تقل عن 30 ٪ وكذلك ضمان مشاركة المكونات المجتمعية والثقافية المختلفة –
إعداد وتقديم تقرير نهائي مفصل عن كل لقاء شريطة أن يكون ذلك موثقا بالصور –
تقييم الملتقى المجتمعي وفقا لنماذج التقييم المعمول بها بالمنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن الديمقراطية

 المؤهلات الواجب توافرها -II
خبرة عملية لا تقل عن ثلاثة سنوات في تنظيم أنشطة ولقاءات مشابهة –
معرفة متعمقة بأهم مفاهيم الديمقراطية خاصة في المراحل الانتقالية –
مهارات ممتازة في إدارة اللقاءات المجتمعية وورش العمل من هذا النوع –
مهارات ممتازة في التفاوض والقدرة على العمل مع مسؤولين محليين أو الهيئة التأسيسية لصياغة الدستور أو موظفي –
المفوضية العليا للانتخابات أو اللجنة المركزية لانتخابات المجالس البلدية
ضرورة التمتع بقدرات لغوية عالية كتابة وتحدث ا لإنجاز المهمة بفعالية –
علاقات عمل وتعاون جيدة مع السلطات المحلية ومع مؤسسات المجتمع المدني لضمان تحقيق عامل التشبيك –
يشترط الالتزام بالمشاركة في الأعمال التمهيدية بما في ذلك حضور اجتماع سوف تعد له وتعقده المنظمة الدولية –
للتقرير عن الديمقراطية في ليبيا لغرض الاتفاق على المحتوى والمواد الاعلامية التي ستستخدم في اللقاءات
المجتمعية إلخ
يشترط الالتزام بتنفيذ الأنشطة المقترحة تحت مظلة مشروع المنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن الديمقراطية

ضرورة الالتزام بالمحتوى والمواضيع المحددة التي سيتم الاتفاق عليها في الفعالية سالفة الذكر وإدخالها كجزء من –
المادة التوعو ية

 

تثمنالمنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن الديمقراطية عنصر التنوع وتهدف إلى أن توفر فرص متكافئة للعمل لكافة شرائح المجتمع والمكونات الثقافية والأشخاص

!ذوي الاعاقة، وتش ج ع النساء على التقدم بمقترحاتها لتنفيذ هذه اللقاءات

أذا كنتم مهتمين بالمشاركة في هذا المشروع، يرجى إرسال طلبكم (بما في ذلك السيرة الذاتية واستمارة طلب الميسر/ة المعأبة

[email protected]  إلى

    الرجاء ذكر العنوان “ميسر/ة للملتقيات المجتمعية (ليبيا)” في موضوع
.الرسالة والإشارة إلى كيفية سماعكم بهذه الفرصة. من الممكن تقديم الطلب بواسطة البريد العادي، يرجى الاطلاع على تفاصيل عنواننا أدناه

.آخر موعد للتقدم هو يوم الاثنين الموافق 28 / 2 / 2019 . قد يتم شغل العقود هذه قبل الموعد النهائي، لذلك نشجع جميع المهتمين بإرسال الطلب مبكرا

نتيجة لارتفاع العدد المتوقع للمتقدمين، ننوه بأننا سوف نقتصر في الرد على هؤلاء الذين قد اجتازوا المرحلة الأولى لاستيفائهم
الشروط الأساسية، وسوف يُطلب منهم إجراء مقابلة شخصية. وفي حالة وقع عليكم الاختيار، فسنتصل بكم في غضون أسبوع

.واحد من تاريخ انقضاء ميعاد التقديم

:إن المنظمة المسؤولة عن الإعلان عن هذه الوظيفة هي المنظمة الدولية للتقرير عن الديمقراطية والتي يقع مقرها في برلين – ألمالنيا

Democracy Reporting International gGmbH

Prinzessinnenstraße 30

10969 Berlin, Germany

Tel +49 30 27877300

Fax +49 30 27877300-10

ونود أن نسترعي انتباهك إلى أن معالجة البيانات الشخصية واستخدامها لن يتم في أي دولة اخرى، فنحن نستخدم بياناتك وفقاً لأحكام القانون الفيدرالي الألماني لحماية البيانات رقم ٢٦. واذا كنت ترغب في معرفة المزيد من المعلومات حول معالجة بياناتك الشخصية واستخدامها، يرجى قراءة سياسة الخصوصية

English Editor/Copywriter (Libya)

Position Title: English Editor / Copywriter (Libya)

Form of Employment: Long-term Consultancy

Starting Date: End of February 2019

Location: Home-based

 

Overall Project Background:

Democracy Reporting International (DRI) is a non-partisan, independent, not-for-profit organisation registered in Berlin. Democracy Reporting International promotes political participation of citizens, accountability of state bodies and the development of democratic institutions world-wide.

In Libya, DRI has been supporting the constitution-drafting process and the work of Libyan civil society organisations on topics related to the constitution, human rights and local governance. Under this project, DRI will be publishing a study on the political transition in Libya which will provide a comprehensive and clear picture of the events that took place since 2011 and offer an outlook on how the transition to a democratic Libyan state could be achieved.

The paper is currently being finalized in English and will target both an international and Libyan expert audience. DRI would like to copy-edit the document before publishing it online.

The contract may be extended to include other publications, communication outputs or texts.

 

Your duties and responsibilities:

The English Editor/Copywriter shall review the finalized publication to ensure that the text complies with the following essential requirements:

  • Clarity and accessibility;
  • Neutrality of tone and style, following DRI’s Style Guide;
  • Linguistic correctness and proper syntax (British English);
  • Consistency in the use of terms and names/spelling of official documents and bodies;
  • Correct terminology, grammar, punctuation and referencing;
  • Correct spelling, and
  • Gender-sensitive language.

The English Editor/Copywriter is required to copywrite the text so that the final product sounds as if it were written by an English native author and that the language is consistent throughout all sections of the publication.

All rights related to the produced documents will become the propriety of DRI and the English Editor/Copywriter will not be entitled to any compensation apart from the lump sum amount agreed as per the contract.

 

Qualifications we require:

  • University degree in journalism, English literature, law, political science or other relevant fields;
  • 5-7 years of work experience in copywriting;
  • Excellent command of English is required;
  • Proven record of editing and copywriting political, economic and/or historic content in English is required;
  • Knowledge of the Libyan political transition and politics is desired;
  • Previous experience in copywriting similar publications will be an asset;
  • Ability to meet strict and tight deadlines is required;
  • Demonstrated experience in working for an international organization will be an asset.

DRI values diversity and aims to be an equal opportunities employer. Women are encouraged to apply!

 

How to Apply:

If you are interested in this position, please send your application (cover letter, rate per word, CV, names and contact details of two references and  two samples of previously completed work with political, economic or historic content) to [email protected]. Please include “English Editor/Copywriter (Libya)” in the subject line and refer to the source through which you have found this opportunity.

Closing date for applications: 17th of February 2019. The position may be filled before the expiry of the deadline so early applications are encouraged.

 

Organisation responsible for this vacancy:

Democracy Reporting International gGmbH

Prinzessinnenstraße 30

10969 Berlin, Germany

Tel +49 30 27877300

Fax +49 30 27877300-10

 

Data processing of personal data in third countries will not take place. We process your data in accordance with the provisions of § 26 German Federal Data Protection Act. More information about processing your personal data: privacy policy.

 

Expert National en droit de la fonction publique (Tunisie)

Titre de la position : Expert National en droit de la fonction publique

Type de contrat : Consultant à court terme

Date du début de contrat : Dès que possible

Durée du contrat : 4 jours

Lieu de travail : Tunis   

 

Contexte:

Democracy Reporting International (DRI) est une organisation indépendante et non partisane, à but non-lucratif enregistré à Berlin. DRI favorise la participation politique des citoyens, la responsabilité des institutions d e l’Etat et le développement des institutions démocratiques du monde entier.

Depuis 2011 DRI met en œuvre, en Tunisie, un programme de soutien aux acteurs politiques, au parlement, aux organisations de la société civile ainsi qu’aux instances constitutionnelles indépendantes. Ce programme a pour but de soutenir leurs capacités à se développer et à répondre aux défis du processus de transition démocratique, en mettant l’accent sur les réformes juridiques en matière électorale, de décentralisation et des instances constitutionnelles indépendantes.

Actuellement DRI est en train de mettre en place un projet de « mise en œuvre de la constitution tunisienne », financé par le Ministère des affaires étrangères de la République fédérale d’Allemagne.

En bénéficiant de l’expertise juridique tunisienne et internationale, le projet contribuera à accélérer l’élan pour la mise en œuvre de la Constitution et particulièrement à l’application de l’article 117 de la constitution relative à la justice financière. DRI a soutenu dans ce cadre la cour des comptes dans les débats relatifs à la rédaction de son projet de loi organique fixant sa compétence, ses attributions et ses procédures.

Il faut rappeler que la Cour des Comptes a connu un renforcement de son statut constitutionnel. En effet, l’article 117 de la constitution a prévu le rattachement de la Cour au pouvoir juridictionnel. La Cour a vu d’ores et déjà ses compétences élargies. Elle contrôle, en effet, encore mieux la bonne gestion des deniers publics, elle juge les comptes des comptables publics, évalue les méthodes de gestion et sanctionne les fautes y afférentes. Elle assiste les pouvoirs législatif et exécutif dans le contrôle de l’exécution des lois de finances et du règlement du budget.

La mise en application de ce pan de la constitution nécessite de ce fait l’adoption des textes consacrant le positionnement constitutionnel de la Cour des comptes et son indépendance, comme les textes relatifs à son organisation et ses procédures (le projet de loi organique 38/2016) ou ceux portant sur les Statuts de ses magistrats et greffiers.

Dans ce cadre, une commission interne au sein de la Cour des comptes s’est chargée de la rédaction du projet de Statut des magistrats financiers, elle a finalisé ses premiers travaux, début novembre 2018, et a communiqué un draft de projet ayant pour objectifs essentiellement de :

  • Consacrer les garanties nécessaires à l’indépendance des magistrats financiers et renforcer les moyens mis à leurs dispositions consolidant les principes de transparence et d’égalité des chances.
  • Renforcer les compétences des magistrats financiers en fonction des nouvelles dispositions du projet de LO en cours d’examen à l’ARP.
  • Renforcer les ressources humaines de la Cour, entre autres le parquet et ce en adéquation avec les nouvelles dispositions prévues par le projet de loi organique 38/2016.

Ainsi la Cour des comptes et DRI dans le cadre de leur partenariat organiseront conjointement une journée regroupant l’ensemble des magistrats de la Cour afin de discuter et de débattre du projet.

A cette fin DRI contactera les services d’un expert national qui contribuera par son expertise et conseil à la thématique relative à l’élaboration du statut des magistrats financiers. L’expert contribuera également au séminaire et travaux qui seront organisés pour discuter le projet de Statut.

Tâches et responsabilités:

– Assurer une lecture substantielle du draft du projet de loi au regard des dispositions de la constitution, des normes internationales et du projet de loi de la cour des comptes et autres textes connexes comme le code des collectivités locales

– Préparer un rapport écrit motivé contenant ses propositions de modifications et de rajouts avec les propositions de modification en tableau comparatif

– Préparer un rapport pouvant servir à rédiger l’exposé des motifs du projet

– Présenter son rapport à l’occasion de la journée d’étude qui sera consacrée à la discussion du draft

– Animer les sessions de travail et les discussions consacrées à l’examen du draft de projet de loi

– Rédiger et présenter le rapport final avec l’ensemble des modifications et recommandations issues des ateliers

Livrables:

– Un rapport motivé lié à l’examen et l’analyse du projet de loi relatif au Statut des magistrat financiers comprenant :

  • Le contexte général et une analyse servant de base à l’exposé des motifs
  • Une analyse comparative de certaines expériences comparées pertinentes
  • Une analyse qui permet de rendre compte de la conformité du projet de loi à la constitution et normes internationales y compris celles des Institutions supérieures de contrôle (ISC)
  • Une analyse du texte, des articles et de leurs cohérences
  • Un tableau comparatif des propositions de modification
  • Une intervention résumant le rapport à l’occasion de la journée d’étude
  • Les rapports des sessions de travails animées par l’expert
  • Le rapport final de l’activité en arabe avec son résumé en français

Durée du contrat:

La durée du contrat est de 4 jours durant la période du 7 au 31 décembre 2018.

Qualifications et compétences:

– Diplôme universitaire avancé (Doctorat minimum) en droit public

– Entre 10 et 20 ans d’expérience professionnelle

– Une expérience avérée en droit public, plus spécifiquement en droit de la fonction publique

– Avoir des publications pertinentes rédigées en langue française en droit administratif et en droit de la fonction publique

– Justifier d’une connaissance approfondie du contexte tunisien lié à la mise en œuvre de la Constitution et à la réforme du cadre juridique, notamment le droit administratif, le droit de la fonction publique

– Excellente connaissance du processus de l’élaboration des textes juridiques justifiée d’une expérience en légistique

– La collaboration antérieure avec DRI est prise en considération dans la sélection de l’Expert

– Maîtrise de la langue arabe et de la langue française.

Autres conditions:

– L’Expert travaillera en coordination avec la cour des comptes et l’équipe de DRI Tunisie

– L’Expert pourra être sollicité par des commentaires et/ou des questions par la cour des comptes et l’équipe de DRI concernant ses livrables

 

DRI est un employeur qui valorise la diversité et souscrit au principe de l’égalité d’accès à l’emploi. Les femmes sont encouragées à postuler.

Veuillez envoyer votre dossier de candidature (Curriculum Vitae et lettre de motivation), en indiquant les termes de référence « Expert National en droit de la fonction publique » à l’adresse e-mail suivante : [email protected]

Date de clôture de réception des candidatures : le 9 décembre 2018. Il est possible que la position soit pourvue avant la date de clôture. Nous vous encourageons à soumettre votre candidature le plus tôt possible.

 

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Democracy Reporting International gGmbH

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