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The European Partnership for Democracy is currently seeking a consultant or team of consultants to conduct an end of project evaluation of the EU-funded project INSPIRED+.
The project supports local actors in nine different countries in identifying, analysing and monitoring those domestic policies that hinder the full implementation of the UN human rights and ILO labour rights conventions relevant to the EU’s Generalised Scheme of Preferences Plus (GSP+). It is implemented in Armenia, Bolivia, Cape Verde, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Paraguay, and the Philippines.
Interested candidates are to send a letter expressing their interest to Leon Hemkemeyer ([email protected]) until 30 November 2018 (17h00 CET). A CV that lists previous experience in project evaluations should be attached.

For more information see the Terms of Reference  here.

 

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