The SA-EU Dialogue Facility
Opportunities for service providers and consultants
The SA-EU Dialogue Facility aims at strengthening relations between the European Union (EU) and the South Africa Government (SA). It is designed to encourage and respond to request, mainly from South African Departments of Government, for policy dialogue on various areas included in the Trade Development Cooperation Agreement (TDCA), the SA-EU Strategic Partnership Joint Action Plan adopted to implement SA-EU Strategic Partnership Agreement, and the SADC-Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA).
Online event support services:
The SA-EU Dialogue Facility seeks appoint service providers to support the SA-EU Dialogue Facility Project Management Unit (PMU) and dialogue project implementation partner organisations with technical support to conduct professional multi stakeholders online meetings, webinars and other types of online dialogue events, as well as production of podcasts related to such events.
Consultants (Non-Key experts)
The SA-EU Dialogue Facility seeks appoint Non-Key experts (consultants) for the following services in current SA-EU Policy dialogues taking place:
- Career Assessments Guidelines: Desk top review best practices and development of guidelines
- Catalysing Local Government Action Post 2020 for Global Biodiversity Framework (a) Desk review to develop Guidance Note for dialogues & Commitments and (b) developing Toolkit to support improved biodiversity development in IDPs
- Food and Packaging Waste Prevention and Reduction Programme (a) Desk research: Identify food and packaging waste hotspots (b) Desktop research: Food and Packaging Waste Agreement
- Development of a South African Police Service Cybercrime Policing Model: Operationalisation and Implementation Framework
The Terms of Reference for the required online event/webinar support services, podcast production and short term specialist consultancies can be downloaded from the SA-EU Dialogue Facility website or requested from:
Submission applications and proposals deadline: 16 September 2020