Data from the MyJustice Myanmar Justice Survey confirms that justice is seen as an ideal rather than a reality or a right. People’s decision-making around the choice of redress mechanism is based on the kind of disputes they experience, the disputes they consider worthy of redress as well as a prior judgement of whether a decision will go in their favour or not. It also seems to depend on gender, economic class and social identity parameters. Other research also confirms that social norms and cultural practices are key predictors for how men and women might experience rights, services and opportunities differently . Justice is experienced by different people differently, based on their gender, social class and ethnic identity.
Objectives of the assignment:
MyJustice, commissioned a gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) assessment of its programme to better understand whether MyJustice and its partners are taking these concerns into account when designing and implementing programmes. Based on the MyJustice GESI findings and the capacity development strategy, MyJustice seeks a consultant(s)/organisation to design and facilitate structured dialogues between MyJustice CSO partners to discuss and debate how gender impacts people’s access to justice and whether our programmes and solutions are appropriate and tailored for different needs.
Interested applicants should review the RFP and other documents.
The RFP provides all the details including the deliverables required as well as the details needed in the technical proposal. The applicants must complete the two document templates provided as Annex 2 and 3 in line with the details provided under sections 7.6 – 7. 12 of the RPF.
In addition, applicants must submit a detailed pricing approach/budget in USD.
Proposals must be submitted electronically to email@example.com no later than 1700 hrs (Myanmar time) on Friday, 9 November 2018. MyJustice will accept applications received at any time up to that date.