Call for Proposals: Mid-Term Evaluation of Socio-Economic Justice for All Programme

Foundation for Human Rights
Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
Opportunity closing date: 
Thursday, 21 June, 2018
Opportunity type: 
Call for proposals

The Foundation for Human Rights (FHR) is an independent nonprofit organisation established originally as an indigenous grant maker in 1996 by the South African Government and the European Union. The Foundation’s mission is to contribute to the building of a democratic state and society in South Africa, based on the rule of law and social justice as prescribed in the Bill of Rights of the Constitution.

Socio-Economic Justice for All Programme

The FHR, in partnership with the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, is the joint implementer of the Socio-Economic Justice for All (SEJA) programme funded by the European Union through Sector Budget Support. Launched under its popular name ‘Amarightza’, the SEJA programme is based on the principles of dignity, universality, indivisibility, interrelatedness, and interdependence of all rights which enshrined in the South African Constitution.

The main objective of the SEJA’s objective is the realisation and enhancement of socio-economic rights with the aim of eradicating poverty, promote sustainable and inclusive growth and consolidate and improve democratic and economic governance by assisting the DoJ&CD, through its Constitutional Development Branch, to fulfil its mandate.

The FHR seeks to procure the services of independent consultants to undertake a mid-term evaluation of the SEJA programme. Interested parties are invited to submit proposals to conduct this evaluation. A detailed Terms of Reference is available on the FHR website ( It may also be requested by emailing

Specific Terms of Reference:

Application Submission Form Guidelines:   

Applicants must complete and submit applications, as per the guidelines provided in the TOR, and address it to the:

The Grants Unit
Foundation for Human Rights
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By hand:
Ground Floor,
Old Trafford 3,Isle of Houghton,
36 Boundary Road (corner Carse O’ Gowrie)
Parktown. 2198

By Post:
Private Bag X124
Braamfontein. 2017

Proposals must reach the FHR not later than 16h00 on 21 June 2018. Applications that are posted before the deadline, but received by FHR after the 21 June, 2018 will not be eligible for consideration.

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