LO is searching for a consultant to facilitate a Participatory Gender Audit in Ethiopia.
The aim of this initiative is to make LO and partners more gender responsive. The Participatory Gender Audit (from now on referred to as “the Audit”) will be conducted at organisational level with LO's partner in Ethiopia.
The Consultant will be the facilitator of a participatory self-assessment methodology. With the assistance of the consultant, participants (organisation staff and leadership) will assess attitudes and practices and develop ideas on how the organisation and the individual can improve on gender equality and mainstreaming.
The Audit shall be designed to increase organisational understanding and learning on gender equality and gender mainstreaming in trade unions. The audit will assess the current situation in the targeted trade unions, the extent to which gender equality is being institutionalised within the organisations and provide a baseline for progress on gender mainstreaming. Furthermore, the Audit shall inform development of gender mainstreaming strategy and guide the work of LO and partner in Ethiopia. This includes looking at working culture, structure, policies, decision-making, values, and resource allocation.
The Audit shall be designed to promote learning and ownership of the process and the results within the organisation.
The work of the Concultant will be up to 20 working days in November and December 2022. The final report should be submitted by end of December 2022. The evaluation will be conducted mailnly by field visit in Ethiopia and digital interviews. The evaluation will be guided by OECD DAC evaluation criteria.
The Gender Audit shall focus on the following issues:
The participatory process will identify gaps, challenges, and opportunities, help partners establish a baseline, identify and share information on mechanisms that work, and define recommendations and the way forward in promoting gender equality. The aim is that trade union organisations increase organisational learning and awareness and take the organisational ownership of gender equality initiatives and action planning.
It is desired that the Audit process is guided by the ILO Participatory Gender Audit Manual as a guiding tool for the social audit process with the partners. Other similar tools/approaches that focus on participatory gender audits are also acceptable.
It is required that the Consultant for the Gender Audit possesses the following qualifications and experience:
Excellent command of oral and written English
It is desirable that the Consultant for the Gender Audit possesses all or most of the following qualifications and experience:
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