A degree in Law/Sharia faculties from a recognized training center
Strong professional background in providing similar training
Trainers shall have more than 3 years of practical solid training experience
Experience in capacity building programs is required
Previous access to justices experience is required
Excellent interpersonal skills
Cultural sensitivity and commitment to diversity
Communicates effectively with and relates to people of different cultures demonstrating an ability to see issues from different perspective
Dignity and respect for the task along with put value to the deliverables
Knowledge of Microsoft office (word excel access power point)
Summary of Key Functions:
A set of trainings (2 modules for CBHRCs) must be delivered and completed in accordance to the ToR schedule
The training materials should be developed in coordination with project beneficiary and stakeholders and lead partner for review prior to the training.
Attendance sheet photos work group and other training used material should be shared with consortium members.
Learning from every training shall be noted and shared with the project coordinator/ project manager.
The trainees must be able to perform the maximum knowledge and expertise required to become a human rights protector and advocacy practitioner in the field of training they undertake.
Develop interactive and detailed training modules/training session plan and all accompanying background material for the delivery of trainings on capacity building of service providers on effective legal services in prevention of and response to human rights protection.
The training workshop shall include components on the types of legal support services and inter-sectorial collaboration and coordination of various sectors in providing response and ensuring effective prevention also include detrimental effects of human rights violation short- and long-term consequences.
The training should cover the identification and detection of lack of access to justice reporting response and inter-sectorial cooperation from participants’ view point.
Develop a detailed evaluation of the modules/training (s) by the participants so that the training materials can be improved according to the participants’ feedback.
As part of the training deliver the training guidelines in addition to content and tools.
Develop a report (max. 11 pages) outlining the main opportunities challenges remaining needs and suggested way forward for the development of legal services provision for rural areas particularly women children victims of crimes and victims of corruption related crimes in target provinces. The report should include recommendations for further addressing of weaknesses by-service providers and state bodies.
Feedback reports from the participants on the training provided and their whole experience to be completed and shared with consortium members.
Submission of training final report at the end of set of trainings comprising the salient features of the training activity under this program suggestions and recommendations emerging from the participants compilation and an analytical note of the evaluation sheet.
Conceptual areas of trainings should grant following bullet points:
Training of CBHRC members to actively engage with community members and justice institutions.
Training of CBHRC members on their roles and responsibilities within the community justice sector protection of human rights (particularly of women children victims of crimes victims of corruption related crimes and related and the challenges).
Enable CBHRC members to providing meaningful legal advice as well as potential ways to engage with the justice system.
Improve capacity of CBHRC members as their role and responsibilities to link communities and justice entities.
Role of CBHRC members as community leaders in advocacy to improve justice related service provision in the district and how to engage in justice sector.
Increased knowledge of Afghan law Islamic law and human rights among beneficiaries of the activity.
Strengthened and consistent judicial practices related to accessibility gender-sensitivity monitoring accountability transparency
Training materials developed reflecting stronger understanding of the overlap between Islamic law Afghan law traditional rights and the rights of women and children
Capable to create communication between actors of formal justice system and community people.
Issue based discussion is facilitated between participants of the trainings around legal structures human rights gender issues space of community groups and civil society in justice delivery.
The trainer along with project team to make sure that the curriculum and training modules developed reviewed and updated in response to emergent learning.
The content of trainings should include Islamic philosophies while promoting positive ideas of human right natural-justice principles and rights protection of the powerless especially women.
OTHER FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The role of Legal Trainer for the trainings is tied directly to the overall intended outputs and outcomes of the action in long run.
The following are key performance indicators required:
Fulfillment of functions and realization of key deliverables as per individual terms of reference (ToR) as per assessment by consortium members CRDSA or third party.
Advise on effective training delivery methods to the consortium for each part of the proposed learning topic with specific time frame. The methods used will be relevant effective varied simple and captivating and will end up with an accredited training certification issued upon successfully completing the training requirements for a period not exceeding scheduled time.
Provide embedded dispute resolution time management communication legal knowledge and human rights lectures.
Adopted and effective curriculum for the technical and professional training required in planned trainings by the EU “Legal Aid” project.
Provide implementation plan for conducting each training.
Trainers should conduct training parallel in all targeted provinces.
طریقه ارسال درخواستی
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