Democracy Reporting International

Last modified: 
31/05/2023 - 10:25pm

Democracy Reporting International (DRI) was founded in 2006 by an international group of experts on democratic governance and elections.
Recognizing a gap in a field that was dominated by big intergovernmental organisations and commercial consultancies, they decided to form a non-governmental, independent organisation that could analyse democratic developments and advise on constitutional and electoral frameworks quickly and flexibly.
Over the years, DRI has broadened its work from research and analysis to direct engagement with partners on the ground to improve democratic structures and safeguards across the countries where we work. It has evolved from a part-time hobby for a handful of people to an organisation with almost 100 staff, spread across eight countries and three continents.

Democracy Reporting International (DRI) has been active in Lebanon since 2016, strengthening democracy by bringing it closer to people through effective local governance, improved transparency and citizen participation.

Our work in Lebanon focuses on three important areas:

Empower civil society, notably women, to participate actively in political life and elections, increasing their representation in decision-making positions.
Curb corruption and ensure that laws are created in a transparent way that respects the rule of law.
Increase engagement between people and local authorities to help improve how public services are delivered and cooperation between different levels of government.

Acronym: 
DRI
Organisation Type: 
International Civil Society Organisation
Founding Year: 
2016
Country of Origin: 
DE
Scope: 
International
Country/ies of Operation: 
Lebanon
Libya
Myanmar
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Tunisia
Ukraine
Intervention Sector(s): 
Advocacy & Awareness
Democracy & Civic rights
Good governance and transparency
Research & Studies
Women Status & Issues
Contact person's position: 
Procurement and Logistic Coordinator – Lebanon Office
Contact person's email: 
Contact person's phone number: 
+9613255939
Address: 
Farhat Building, 7th Floor
Palace of Justice Street
Furn El Chebbak , Mount Lebanon
Lebanon
Phone: 01 427 504/505
Mount Lebanon LB
City: 
Furn El Chebbak
Street: 
Palace of Justice Street
Phone: 
01 427 504/505
Contact person's name: 
Elie Haddad
Partnerships: 
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Calls

Call

Description: Deliver a hands-on training workshop on the use of various AI tools to optimise organisational operations for non-profits, including – but not limited to – drafting concept notes, project proposals, narrative reports, newsletters, social media content, financial reports, and facilitating procurement and recruitment processes.
Assignment Location: Beirut, Lebanon.
Employment Type: Short-term assignment.
Assignment Period: July – August 2024.
Level of Effort: Three expert days.

Sunday, 23 June 2024
To event remaining 4 days
Call

Assignment Description: Preparing and delivering two full-day training workshops on Public Procurement with a focus on Municipal Procurement for current municipal council members and potential candidates.
Assignment Location: Two different areas in Lebanon
Employment Type: Short-term consultancy
Assignment Period: July – September 2024
Level of Effort: Three expert days

Sunday, 30 June 2024
To event remaining 11 days

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Job

Form of Employment: Full-time 
Starting Date: As soon as possible 
Duration: Until December 2024, with possibility of renewal 
Location: Beirut, Lebanon
Application Deadline: 12 May 2024, 11:59 pm local time

Sunday, 12 May 2024
Expired
Job

Form of Employment: Part-time
Starting Date: As soon as possible
Duration: Until December 2024
Location: Lebanon

Sunday, 31 March 2024
Expired

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