- PNUD en el mundo
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Spotlight Global Reference Group (GRG) Advocacy and Monitoring Coordinator
|Publicado en nombre de :|
|Fecha límite de postulación :||18-Dec-20 (Medianoche Nueva York, Estados Unidos)|
|Tipo de contrato :||Individual Contract|
|Nivel de puesto :||International Consultant|
|Idiomas requeridos :||Inglés|
|Fecha de comienzo del contrato :|
(Fecha en que se espera que comience el candidato seleccionado)
|Duración del contrato inicial :||1 year|
|Duración esperada del puesto :||1 year with possible extension|
El PNUD está comprometido con lograr la diversidad de su personal en términos de género, nacionalidad y cultura. Se alienta por igual a las personas que pertenecen a grupos minoritarios, a pueblos indígenas o que tienen alguna discapacidad a presentar su candidatura. Todas las solicitudes se tratarán con la mayor confidencialidad.
UNDP no tolera la explotación y el abuso sexual, ningún tipo de acoso, incluido el acoso sexual, ni la discriminación. Por lo tanto, todos los candidatos seleccionados serán sometidos a una rigurosa verificación de referencias y antecedentes.
The European Union and the United Nations launched the Spotlight Initiative in September 2017. This global partnership, with €500 million of dedicated funding, is aimed at eliminating all forms of violence against women and girls, as well as harmful practices. It follows a transformative and evidence-based approach, addressing unequal power relations between men and women and focusing on gender equality and women’s empowerment. In line with the principles of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the Initiative follows a human rights-based approach and takes into consideration the specific needs of women and girls who experience multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination and uphold the principle of “leaving no one behind”. This work is embedded in the broader normative framework of the sustainable development goals and builds on decades of work, existing initiatives, and accelerated momentum.
The Spotlight Initiative seeks to intensity the focus and accelerate progress on eliminating violence against women and girls, as well as harmful practices, through “dedicated large-scale resources, comprehensive design and focus, and evidence-based programmatic theory of change”.
The Spotlight Initiative aims to support transformative change on the ground to end violence against women and girls globally. The Initiative covers five regions, Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Pacific, and the Caribbean. The Initiative adopts a comprehensive approach to violence, implementing interventions under 6 outcome areas: legislation and policies; strengthening institutions; violence prevention; the provision of available, accessible and acceptable quality services; quality and reliable data collection, and the support of the women’s movement and relevant civil society organizations.
The Spotlight Initiative intends to work closely with women’s movements and relevant human rights-based civil society organizations (CSOs) on the design and implementation of the Initiative and its Country and Regional Programmes in a mutually supportive and reinforcing way, and wishes to be accountable to survivors of violence, women’s and feminist movements, and human rights civil society organisations, deploying and building upon their vast knowledge and experience, developed at community, national, regional and global levels.
The Initiative is supported by a Secretariat to ensure coherence, alignment, quality, and strong technical support for a programme of this size with regional specificities. The Spotlight Secretariat’s technical unit is specifically accountable for the technical quality and coherence of the Initiative. It responds to requests from the Initiative’s Strategic and Operational Committee for support and assistance to: provide key technical support and guidance in development of country programmes: collaborate with and provide support to technical officers of UN Agencies at country and regional levels to guarantee the technical quality and coherence of the Initiative, regularly brief and consult all relevant UN Agencies, serve as a liaison to civil society at the global level to build partnerships and ensure inclusion, ensure timely deployment of technical capacity to country programmes as needed, initiate and support regional programming where there is no regional structure, make the linkages between programming and policy outputs, provide on-going monitoring support for quality assurance, coordinate the evaluation of programmes, and ensure public information, communication and visibility for the Initiative and Conduct analysis and management of the Initiative’s knowledge .
Deberes y responsabilidades
The Global Reference Group Coordinator role
Under the guidance and direction of the Global Reference Group, and supported day-to-day by the Head of the Technical Unit of the Secretariat, the consultant is responsible for supporting the GRG in the following work areas:
Tasks under each of these work areas have been delineated in the GRG workplan, and GRG members have been asked to self-nominate to working groups to progress them. The role of the Coordinator will be one of project coordination of each work area (i.e. to ensure streamlined communications between working groups, the GRG, and other RGs, and to keep track of tasks, deliverables and timelines) as well as technical support to selected tasks (such as drafting strategic and operational documents and collecting and incorporating inputs).
1. Agree upon and implement a communications approach with the GRG that streamlines and manages email flow between working groups, the Secretariat, other RG members and the GRG;
2. Review the GRG TORs and Workplan and develop a realistic workplan for this role that includes project coordination of, and technical support to, the three work areas outlined above. This would include:
3. Support the GRG to keep track of progress on their workplan and manage/troubleshoot emerging issues as required.
Key Performance Indicators
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Habilidades y experiencia requeridas
Education and certification
Experience and knowledge
All applications must include (as an attachment) the completed UN Women Personal History form (P-11) which can be downloaded from https://www.unwomen.org/-/media/headquarters/attachments/sections/about%20us/employment/un-women-p11-personal-history-form.doc?la=en&vs=558. Kindly note that the system will only allow one attachment. Applications without the completed UN Women P-11 form will be treated as incomplete and will not be considered for further assessment.
In July 2010, the United Nations General Assembly created UN Women, the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. The creation of UN Women came about as part of the UN reform agenda, bringing together resources and mandates for greater impact. It merges and builds on the important work of four previously distinct parts of the UN system (DAW, OSAGI, INSTRAW and UNIFEM), which focused exclusively on gender equality and women's empowerment.