Senior Researcher on Minorities and Ethnic Groups / Laws and Policies Sector

The Lebanese Foundation for Permanent Civil Peace (LFPCP) is seeking for a Senior Researcher with rich experience on the Laws and Policies field to work and conduct data collection and data analysis.

The Researcher will develop the Questionnaire and data collection and other tools of the research in collaboration with LFPCP team.

The principle objective of the assignment is to conduct research through collecting data and information on Religious Pluralism, Racial and Ethnic Equity. This task will be conducted by a senior researcher assessing pluralism and diversity in one sector in particular: Laws and Policies in Lebanon. The research process includes several tasks – listed in Section V - that will lead to a study identifying the existing resources and efforts in Laws and Policies, regarding specific ethnic groups:  Druze, Assyrians, Syriac, and Kurds; and/or how these groups manifest their existence and presence through these Laws and Policies.

Mainly the researcher shall:

•             Provides an overview of existing laws and policies (including their respective implementation plans if applicable) to protect members of racial and/or ethnic minorities and penalize discrimination.

•             Provide a tailored action plan / list of recommendations per ethnic group identifying laws or implementation plans that could be introduced or reformed to protect members of racial and/or ethnic minorities or penalize discrimination.

The details of the job of the researcher including the different tasks are explained in the attached ToR.

How to apply

Applicants should have a proven, long-standing experience in Research, data collection and data analysis and a proficient level of Arabic and English.

LFPCP is committed to equal opportunities and diversity of perspective at the work, regardless of gender, social background or personal situation.

Interested candidates shall send their: 1) updated CV, including list of previous working experience, 2) Motivation Letter, and 3) Sample of at least one work done in similar context (in English) 4) List of proposed expected deliverables/outputs to this email address: [email protected]

The deadline of submission of the application is January 24, 2022 at 5:00 pm.

Please insert on the subject domain: Researcher on Laws and Policies.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

 

Expired
Deadline
Monday, 24. Jan 2022
Type of Call
Call for Proposals
Intervention Sector(s):
Advocacy & Awareness, Democracy & Civic rights, Education, Research & Studies
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