Advocacy Expert, to Develop Curricula for Online Advocacy Courses to Benefit Persons with Disabilities

Details

• Location: Global 
• Date Posted: Sep 25, 2020
• Application Deadline: Rolling
• Job Type: Consultant

Summary

Eurasia Foundation (EF) is accepting applications for an advocacy expert to develop curricula for two advance courses on advocacy skills. EF is seeking individuals with proven experience in developing practical training materials for creating fruitful advocacy campaigns to promote the human rights of marginalized groups. Knowledge of disability rights is a plus.

Duties

• Prepare localized and engaging curriculum and learning materials on advanced advocacy skills covering topics such as coalition building, strategic negotiations skills, constituent mobilization, and coordinated social and traditional media campaigns;
• Include real-life examples and case studies to effectively facilitate learning via virtual platforms;
• Define topics, subtopics, learning goals and assignments for each lesson plan;
• Design pre and post course exams for evaluation purposes;
• Provide content background and supplementary readings, and forum questions to facilitate learning among participants;
• Work with program staff to modify the content based on course outcomes and EF requirements if needed.
Further information about curriculum design expectations will be discussed during the interview process

Qualifications

• Master’s degree in human rights, international relations, communications, public policy, social science or relevant fields required. Experience may substitute for graduate degree;
• Minimum five years of field experience in advocacy, policy reform, campaigning and/or grassroots organizing and movement building is required;
• Curriculum development experience is a must;
• Teaching experience in advocacy and community organizing is preferred;
• Fluency in Farsi/Dari is preferred.

Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@eurasia.org with "PwD-Advocacy-Curricula" in the subject line.

Please, no phone calls.

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