Internews' global Internet Policy Program aims to build and support local human rights organizations around the globe to engage directly with governments, private organizations, and academics on freedom of expression issues online and offline. For twenty years, Internews has supported more than 85 grassroots organizations in over 40 countries. Across the globe, we are supporting exchanges among advocates, fellowships for digital rights defenders at tech companies and global organizations, and robust rights-based digital rights curricula. With this support, our partners are now leading voices for digital rights in their respective countries.
As part of a current project, we are supporting nascent advocacy organizations to become strong and sustainable voices for digital rights. In support of this goal, we will be undertaking an organizational capacity assessment with these organizations in order to understand their strengths and weaknesses, and provide further support as needed.
Internews is issuing a call for Organizational Capacity Building experts for a short-term consulting opportunity. We are looking for a consultant to help us build an assessment tool for nascent civil society advocacy organizations, by which we mean organizations that are just getting off the ground, may not have full-time staff, offices or a board of directors, but are looking to build these. The requested tool will both assess the needs of these nascent organizations and provide them with the tools and resources to grow and develop the sustainability of their organizations.
The assessment tool should:
To apply please visit: https://chm.tbe.taleo.net/chm04/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=INTERNEWS&cws=38&rid=846
Please submit a CV, cover letter and quotation for services. Work can be conducted remotely.