|Trainer on reporting on children in emergencies (International Consultancy only)|
|Expire date Воскресенье, 04 Май 2014|
|Contract type||Individual Consultancy Contract|
|Duration||6 days (14-19 July 2014)|
|Place||Bishkek, field trip to issyk-Kul is envisaged.|
|Terms of Reference||
Objective/purpose of the consultancy/services
To conduct a training for journalists on reporting on children in emergencies
Reporting on children is still an issue for both in non-emergency and emergency situations. Children are considered as an object rather than a subject in almost all the media. Rights based language is not used. Journalists often consider children’s needs rather than referring to their rights. Children often receive a second trauma when interviewed by journalists. Furthermore, images of children are manipulated for varies political and commercial reasons.
This contract is required to conduct a training for 25 journalists on reporting on children in emergencies. It is scheduled on 15-18 July 2014 in one of the Issyk-Kul resorts. The goal is to make a team of loyal and skillful journalists to be key partners in case of emergency.
Scope of work and key tasks
1. To discuss an agenda of the training with UNICEF on 14 July. The agenda should include team building activities.
2. To conduct a training on 15-18 July
3. To make recommendations on further training needs of journalists in the area of reporting on children in emergencies
Reporting and supervision
The contractor will be supervised by the C4D Specialist
- At least 3 successful experiences in conducting training for journalists how to report on children in emergencies (two recommendations);
- Experience in practicing journalism in emergencies
- Command of the Russian language is an asset
- Knowledge of the Central Asia region is an asset
Duty station and official travel involved
The contractor is responsible for assuming costs for obtaining visas and travel insurance.
Travel paid for by UNICEF in advance, and travel costs reimbursed after travel, shall be based on economy class travel, regardless of the length of travel, subject to exceptional approval of business class travel by the Head of Office/ Division Director, for example for medicals reasons when certified by UN Medical Services in New York.
Costs for accommodation, meals and incidentals shall not exceed applicable daily subsistence allowance (DSA) rates, as promulgated by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC).
14-19 July 2014
Agenda of the training in accordance with the scope of work is to be delivered on 14 July
The training in accordance with the scope of work is to be delivered on 15-18 July
Recommendations in accordance with the scope of work are to delivered on 19 July 2014.
Note: In all cases, consultants may only be paid their fees upon satisfactory completion of services. In such cases where payment of fees is to be made in a lump sum, this may only be payable upon completion of the services to UNICEF’s satisfaction and certification to that effect, and any advance on the lump sum may not exceed 30% of the fees. In such cases where payment of fees is to be made in installments, the final installment may not be less than ten per cent (10%) of the total value of the contract, and will only be payable upon completion of the services to UNICEF’s satisfaction and certification to that effect.
Qualified candidates are requested to email the following documents to by COB, 04 May 2014 with the subject line- "Trainer on reporting on children in emergencies".
· P11, Cover letter with references to relevant experience and qualifications;
- Two recommendation letters with the reference to experience in conducting training for journalists.
· Proposed rates for the above-mentioned consultancy.
|Download Form||p.11.eng.unicef.zip (Размер: 17 Kb)|
|Дата Пятница, 25 Апрель 2014|