Closing date: 10 November 2018
Job Type: Paid
With funding from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), Privacy International (PI) initiated the 4-year project, ‘Confronting data-intensive transformations in power in developing countries: strengthening civil society to protect the right to privacy’, in January 2017 under its Building the Global Privacy Movement programme (see Terms of Reference for more information).
The goal of the project is to build the capacity of our 7 partners in 7 ODA countries, as well as other key stakeholders, to respond to data-intensive systems and related policies. To do so, PI and partners together are developing an evidential foundation on how data-intensive systems operate and how they impact privacy, and human rights more generally. That body of evidence will help us develop key standards and principles that will guide our collective strategic advocacy and communications. Jointly and independently we will generate debate and make the case for reform with key communities particularly those in the legal sector and across civil society, convince actors of change of the importance of this domain, and engage with key institutions.
Each of the 7 partners with the support of PI drafted their own result-based frameworks. The overall results framework for the project is a combination of the partners’ and PI’s results frameworks, and led to the development of the following four outcomes:
Evaluation Object and Scope
The evaluation will focus on the period from January 2017 to December 2018 (Year 1 and 2 of the project). With this mid-term evaluation taking place towards the end of Year 2 of the project, this will mark a key point of learning and reflection on our progress over the first two years of the project.
The purpose of the evaluation is to help Privacy International and its project partners to assess how well the project Theory of Change and results framework are working to deliver the project and to learn from what works well and less well. The evaluation will be used to inform decisions on how the project results framework may be adjusted and improved over the remaining two years of the project. Furthermore, the evaluation’s findings and recommendations will serve as input for Privacy International and its Board of Trustees to consider as the organisation continues with the development and implementation of its new strategic plan (2019-onwards).
The key objectives of the mid-term evaluation are:
Conditions and details of assignment
Time schedule and budget
The mid-term evaluation must be completed by 28 February 2019 (in time for the project annual reporting requirements) and a maximum budget of GBP 30,000 has been earmarked for the assignment (inclusive of VAT, travel expenses, and any other costs necessary to deliver the requests outlined in this ToR).
The following deliverables are expected (in English language):
Interested consultants are requested to submit a proposal, not longer than 10 pages, covering both technical and financial areas, and should include the following:
In addition, please provide the following with your EOI and financial quotation:
Quotation/proposal must be submitted by close of business Saturday, 10 November 2018. For additional clarification and queries about the terms of reference, please email Ms. Joanna Oniszk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Technical and Financial proposals should be presented in writing and be addressed to:
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