Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF) is looking for consultant(s) to support its Steering Committee in reviewing existing key regulations of the Forum and developing the missing ones that will be offered for the adoption by Forum delegates at 10th Annual Assembly in December 2018.
The updated and developed key regulations will not only become the basis of operation of the Forum, but also the model for operation of bodies connected to it (namely six National Platforms), who will review their own internal regulations in line with the Forum documents (an external assessment of this process is part of the internal reform stipulations).
Please apply by 10 September by sending your CV and a one-page cover letter (maximum) elaborating on the expertise you can offer, as well as the consultancy services fee per workday to [email protected]
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and requested to outline their methodology.
About the Forum and the Secretariat
The Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF) was established in 2009 and aims to support Eastern European countries’ sustainable reform process with a view to accelerating their political association and economic integration with the EU. The Forum strengthens the diversity and plurality of public discourse and policymaking by holding governments and public authorities accountable to the commitments made in the joint declaration of the Prague Eastern Partnership summit, signed by the EU and the governments of the six Partner countries.
The Secretariat of the Forum was registered in 2012 as an international non-profit organisation in Brussels, Belgium. The Secretariat serves as an information, coordination and expertise hub for the participants of the Forum, the bodies of the Forum, and stakeholders in Brussels and Eastern Partnership countries. It works to support the activities of the Steering Committee and enhance the advocacy and visibility of the Forum.