TERMS OF REFERENCE For Training Workshops to develop and deliver a suitable training programme for police advisory committee – Somalia
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TERMS OF REFERENCE
For Training Workshops to develop and deliver a suitable training programme for police advisory committee
- Introduction to Saferworld
Saferworld is an independent non-governmental organisation that works with governments, international, regional and local civil society organisations – especially in fragile contexts – to reduce violent conflict, promote cooperative approaches to security and contribute to long term recovery and stability. We work with civil society, governments and international organisations to encourage and support effective policies and practices through advocacy, research and policy development, and through supporting the development of local capacities and structures.
Since its establishment in 1989, Saferworld has actively worked internationally to encourage the development and implementation of international policies and approaches to address violent conflict and insecurity, and have made significant progress on a range of conflict prevention issues, including, promoting effective and accountable security and justice sector development and supporting initiatives to tackle small arms and light weapons control. In the context of conflict prevention, we focus on community safety and security promotion; the development of civil society actors capacity to engage on security and justice issues.
Saferworld has over 15 years’ experience in Somalia and Somaliland. Since 2004, we have been working with partners to promote democratisation, ensure governance is more inclusive, and to improve community security. We work with three non-state actor platforms in South Central Somalia, Somaliland and Puntland to promote and coordinate civil society involvement in peacebuilding, statebuilding, governance and democratisation. We introduced community action forums in three regions of Somalia to enable communities to identify and determine how to address their own safety and security challenges.
- Overview of the programmes
Saferworld is implementing two Addressing Root Causes (ARC) programmes in Somalia which is funded by the ARC Fund from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of the Netherlands and are running from 2017 to 2021. Their overall goal is to reduce root causes of armed conflict, instability or irregular migration.
Together with our partners Somali Women Development Centre (SWDC) in Mogadishu, Somali Women Solidarity Organization (SWSO) in Kismayo and Isha Human Rights Organization (IHRO) in Baidoa, Saferworld is implementing the programme ‘Restoring Stable Communities in Somalia’. The programme strengthens the capacity of local civil society groups and communities to research and facilitate broad dialogue across clan and state-society divides about local security issues, provide resources for implementation of joint conflict prevention and community security initiatives, support cross-regional community exchange to share experiences and common security problems; and link community members with existing dispute resolution mechanisms. At the state level, it seeks to re-establish bodies that promote community-responsive policing, acting as a link through which information on security provision is channelled, and form bridges between local, state and national levels. Learning and insights from all levels will be fed upwards through national-level civil society networks, promoting community-focused security provision at national and international levels. Broadly, the programme aims to improve the roles and responsibilities among communities, administrations, police and courts in the three state capitals, in the interest of mutual accountability. This will result in improved state-society relations, especially in the provision of security services, through improved perceptions of safety and security, and practically, a more functional and responsive formal security sector.
The programme seeks to contribute to the following:
Outcome 1: Communities and civil society in Benadir, Jubaland and South West State, including marginalised groups such as women and youth, work together across clan lines to resolve safety and security issues, advocate with relevant authorities for appropriate responses and promote cross-regional cooperation.
Outcome 2: Police and state institutions coordinate, share information, implement inclusive responses to communities’ security needs and are actively engaging with Police Advisory Committees (PACs) to discuss and respond to issues and concerns raised by Community Action Forums (CAFs), resulting in increased citizen-state trust.
Outcome 3: National (FMS and Mogadishu), regional and international policy makers reflect the security needs of local communities, in particular the concerns of women and youth across clan divides, in policies and practices on security in Somalia.
Objective and methodology of consultancy
Saferworld seeks to recruit an experienced consultant to train the three Police Advisory Committees we work with in Jubbaland, South West State and Banadir region of Somalia.
The training will be held in Mogadishu in mid-November 2020.
The consultancy is estimated to last for 19 days during which the following tasks need to be completed:
- Desk review of relevant documents and materials (2 days)
- Development of training workshop agenda and materials, including session plans, Compilation of slides and case studies. (3 Days)
- Compile workshop and other relevant materials and produce ‘fit for purpose ‘ package for future trainings (4 Days)
- Delivery of 2 workshops lasting 4 days each, with necessary adjustments made during and following each workshop as may be needed. Debrief Saferworld and partner personnel at the end of each workshop. (8 Days)
- Write up – Evaluation of feedback and delivery of Report with conclusions and recommendations (2 days)
Saferworld will cover all travel, accommodation and meal expenses. All other expenses incurred will be met by the consultant.
- Advanced university degree (MA in Law, criminal justice, social work or other relevant fields
- At least 10 years’ relevant work experience, out of which at least 3-5 years’ practical experience working with justice administration and community policing and security, including traditional justice systems and communities alternatives to custodial sentencing
- Proven expertise in analysis and policy formulation in the area of community policing, police accountability
- Solid knowledge and understanding of international human rights laws and standards
- Experience in working on the interaction of statutory and customary/traditional laws
- Strong communication skills
- Ability to draft clearly and concisely ideas and concepts
- Good presentation and workshop facilitation skills
- Fluency in written and spoken English
- Knowledge of Somalia and Horn of Africa context is an asset
Interested candidate/s should submit:
- Please send a fully costed application that sets out how you would approach your training and your relevant experience and qualifications to deliver the training.
- A sample report of previous work relevant to the assignment
- An up-to-date CV that sets out your professional and educational history
- Contact details for two professional referees
- An indicative budget, including details of daily rates.
A soft copy of the application should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your e-mail must have the subject heading indicating: Training Workshops to develop and deliver a suitable training programme for police advisory committee
Deadline for applications is November 6th 2020
We regret only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. It is anticipated that interviews will take place the week of November 12th 2020
6.0 Contractual Matters
Binding agreements will be drawn in the form of a contract to which this TOR will serve as an annex or addendum. The contract will stipulate all the legal and statutory obligations as required by law and relevant to the two contracting parties
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