The Mission supports the host country in the implementation of the Ohrid Framework Agreement, by inter alia assisting the country in the creation of an effective regulatory and institutional framework in the field of equal treatment and tolerance. In that regard, the Mission supported the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy (MLSP) in the establishment of an Anti- Discrimination Coordinative Body in 2018, and continues to facilitate its work.
In order to support coordination among stakeholders in the area of non-discrimination, the Mission, in cooperation with the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy and the Body, will organise thematic forums and working sessions, and develop resources in line with the Annual Programme of Work of the Body 2018-2020.
The Mission will support the drafting of an analysis on data collection in order to promote equality and prevent discrimination, in line with the standards set forth in the new Law on Prevention and Protection from Discrimination (Article 3 paragraph 4). The analysis will map the existing practices in relation to data collection and highlight the gaps and challenges. The gender component will be taken into consideration extensively. The analysis should provide recommendations for improvement, by presenting comparative best practices.
For this purpose, the Mission seeks to engage three (3) National Consultants as part of the project “Advancing Human Rights”
|Tasks and Responsibilities|
1. National Consultant to develop a thematic analysis on data collection in order to promote equality and prevent discrimination, with the following tasks:
2. National Consultant to develop a thematic analysis on the public sector duty to promote equality, with the following tasks:
3. National Consultant to develop a thematic analysis on the harmonisation of legislation in the area of anti-discrimination, with the following tasks:
For the services provided, each National Consultant will be remunerated at the rate of 100 EUR per diem, for a total of 15 working days.
Payment will be made in one instalment upon successful completion of all tasks and responsibilities.
The planned period of engagement is March to July 2019.
|How To Apply|
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