Hlanganisa: Vacancies

Hlanganisa Institute for Development in Southern Africa (Hlanganisa)
Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
Opportunity closing date: 
Monday, 15 March, 2021
Opportunity type: 
Employment

Hlanganisa Institute seeks to recruit consultants for the following roles:

Position A: Consultant for Organisational Strategic Review Process

This year Hlanganisa Institute for Development Southern Africa celebrates fifteen years of existence as a champion for the rights of marginalized groups. Having started in 2006 as Hivos South Africa, Hlanganisa has grown into a South African civil society organization grounded in the challenges and opportunities of many South Africans who continue to experience discrimination and poor access to their socio- economic rights.

As Hlanganisa charts its way into the future, the organization recognizes the need to reflect on its strategy and objectives in order to ensure that it continues to deliver a credible and relevant service to its partners. Hlanganisa would like to appoint the services of a consultant to work with management and the board to reflect on the organization, past and present, and deliver a strategic plan that will define and outline the organization’s priorities for the next 5 years.

For more information click below https://www.hlanganisa.org.za/news-hlanganisa-vacancies-2/#more-3581
 
Position B: Consultant for Development of Community Engagement Training Manual for Community Advice Offices

Hlanganisa is an innovative intermediary grant maker whose vision is to strengthen social accountability and promote human rights in pursuit of social justice.  Supporting access to justice initiatives at community level is a key component of this work particularly for those considered of lower economic position, literacy and geographical location. Hlanganisa has closely worked with the community advice office sector to support their efforts in providing alternative dispute resolution, human rights awareness and citizens’ confidence in the court justice system. While access to justice is not only limited to the justice system, this system also remains inaccessible to those at the lowest rung of social and economic ladders.

Through community-based paralegals, community advice offices straddle across all aspects of access to justice and this includes educating citizens to make use of existing institutions and processes.  Certain members of society have been historically side-lined and community advice offices play an important role in bridging this gap between the noble intentions of the Constitution and Bill of Rights and the realization of these ideals. The public’s confidence in the justice system has waned through the years and Hlanganisa seeks to develop a training manual that seeks to equip communities to engage with the formal justice system through a lens of social accountability as well as access to justice. The training manual will be used as a tool to capacitate community advice offices to support their community members becoming active citizens able to hold relevant institutions accountable for access to justice for all including marginalized communities.

HIDSA invites interested (and qualified) candidates to submit expressions of interest to develop an unaccredited training manual for our community advice office partners. The expression of interest needs to demonstrate clear purpose and learning outcomes. The training manual will take a master trainer approach with the primary target audience, community advice offices.

For more information click below https://www.hlanganisa.org.za/news-hlanganisa-vacancies-2/#more-3581
 
The deadline for proposal submissions is 17h00 on 15 March 2021.

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