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Under the OSCE Presence in Albania (hereinafter the Presence) Extra-budgetary Project “Action Against Human Trafficking in Albania”, funded by the United Kingdom and led by UNICEF, the Presence will focus on strengthening the capacities of Albanian law-enforcement, prosecutorial and judiciary institutions and thus upgrading the criminal justice response to human trafficking through a multi-agency approach. Based on the OSCE comprehensive approach to combatting human trafficking, the Project builds upon the Presence’s long-standing record of supporting the Albanian lawmakers, law enforcement officials, judiciary, labour inspectors, social services, child protection agencies, civil society and media, to address the multi-faceted phenomenon. The focus of the current Project action is on strengthening the capacities of Albanian law-enforcement, prosecutorial and judiciary institutions; and thus upgrading the criminal justice response to human trafficking through a multi-agency approach. The Project capitalizes on the existing OSCE capacity-building tools and resources, and complements other OSCE ongoing projects in Albania, in the areas of criminal justice response to Trafficking in Human Beings and protection of vulnerable communities and victims of trafficking, especially children. More specifically, the current project foresees, among others, the creation of an anti-trafficking Police Training Manual for the Albanian Security Academy and roll-out of a training programme for the police officers and the Academy’s students.
The Police Training Manual for police officers will contribute in updating the knowledge in the area of combating trafficking in human beings. The goals of the Training Manual are: - to strengthen the law enforcement capacities for preventing and combating trafficking in human beings; - to facilitate identification of the emerging trends and new forms of human trafficking reflecting on the current features of criminal groups engaged in trafficking; - to be adaptable to up-to-date legislative and operational framework in Albania.
Tasks and responsibilities:
A team of international and national legal experts has been hired by the OSCE Presence in Albania to develop the manual, in cooperation with the Albanian Security Academy. One national expert, with specific expertise in designing anti-trafficking training manuals for the Albanian State Police, will be hired to develop the Albanian legislation aspects of the manual on Trafficking in Human Beings forms in accordance with the Albanian legislation, victims’ identification and protection; National Referral Mechanism and other related legal acts for the victims’ identification and protection by police. In addition, the expert will synchronize the draft inputs of the Albanian experts and coordinate with the Security Academy to develop an online training online course and update the anti-trafficking curriculum for the Security Academy.
Specific tasks include: 1. Draft three to four chapters that address the Albanian legislation on victims’ identification according to sectors i) where the identification can occur; and ii) responsibilities of the specific police unit engaged in the identification. Draft one chapter on the Albanian legislation multi-agency approach to victims’ protection, in line with the legislation on state police and other related legal acts. 2. Revise and synchronise the draft input of the national experts. The expert will ensure the text’s uniformity of style, adherence to the international and national legal framework and compliance with the Security Academy requirements. For this purpose, the expert will edit, adjust and rewrite around 100 pages in Word document, font 12, single spaces, to ensure compliance with the aforementioned criteria. 3. Participate in bi-weekly consultation meetings (via e-mail and through video conferences) with the Presence, the Security Academy and other experts. 4. Adapt the entire manual as online training course based on all inputs provided by the team of national and international experts. For this purpose, the expert will liaise with the company that will design and develop the online courses, to be hired by the OSCE, to ensure the adequate adaptation of the texts with the online training modules. The revised and edited text will be transferred in online interactive modules that will be designed alongside the company. The expert will guide the company for the detailed configuration and presentation of the online training, ensuring that the course is interactive, visual and practical. The expert will ensure that the course meets the participants’ specific training needs, learning pace, as outlined in the Security Academy’ regulation. The expert will also draft the evaluation questionnaire at the end of the course. The questionnaire will address the course’ effectiveness, practicability and novelty. 5. Adapt the entire manual into a training curriculum according to the Security Academy training curriculum format and requirements.
Deliverable and Timetable:
1. Draft three to four chapters that address the Albanian legislation on victims’ identification; Draft one chapter on the Albanian legislation multi-agency approach to victims’ protection. 15 December 2020 2. Revise and synchronise the draft input of the national experts. 15 January 2021 3. Adapt the inputs on online manual; Draft the evaluation questionnaire at the end of the course. 15 February 2021 4. Adapt the manual into the Security Academy’s training curriculum. 15 March 2021 5. Participate in bi-weekly meetings with the team of experts hired by the Presence, Security Academy and company for the online course. November 2020-March 2021
• Advanced academic degree in Investigation and Security; • A minimum of ten (10) years’ experience as law-enforcement officer and/or professor in one or more of the following areas: organized crime; anti-trafficking in human beings; • Proven experience and expertise in developing and participating in anti-trafficking coordination mechanisms in Albania; • Previous experience in the context of international organisations in developing guidelines, manuals, training tools on the police role in combatting trafficking in human beings; • Excellent analytical and writing skills in English and Albanian languages; • Fully-computer literate.
The payment for this assignment will be in line with OSCE applicable rates.
All applications are due by 25 October 2020. If you wish to apply for this position, please use the OSCE's online application link found under https://jobs.osce.org/.
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