Consultant To Develop Youth-Friendly Data-Driven Advocacy Training Material

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Consultant To Develop Youth-Friendly Data-Driven Advocacy Training Material

August 22


She Leads is a joint programme of Plan International Netherlands, Defence for Children-ECPAT the Netherlands (DCI-ECPAT), African Women’s Development and Communication Network (FEMNET), and Terre des Hommes the Netherlands (TdH). Equal Measures 2030 is a technical partner. The She Leads consortium brings together child rights organisations, feminist/women’s rights organizations and youth-led groups and aims to increase sustained influence of girls and young women (GYW) on decision-making and the transformation of gender norms in formal and informal institutions. The geographic focus of the programme is East Africa (Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya), West Africa (Ghana, Mali, Sierra Leone, Liberia) and the Middle East (Lebanon, Jordan).

Equal Measures 2030 (EM2030) is a collaboration of national, regional, and global leaders from feminist networks, civil society, international development, and the private sector. We develop and disseminate demand-driven data, visualizations, analysis and tools (including our flagship SDG Gender Index) to monitor progress and hold governments accountable. We work across our partnership, and in collaboration with feminist organizations and movements, to strengthen capacity to use data in advocacy and share expertise in data-driven advocacy.


The consultant will, in consultation with actors in the She Leads programme and EM2030 staff, produce three youth-friendly Data-Driven Advocacy (DDA) training activities. These activities should focus on where and how to access data and how to visualise and communicate data for use in advocacy and campaigns. These tools will be added to existing capacity development materials being delivered by consortium partners and GYW-led organizations in the She Leads programme.

As EM2030 will not be directly delivering these capacity development activities, these materials will be developed as facilitator guidance and tools.

How to apply

Please submit a Cover Letter explaining your relevant experience for this work, your approach, timeline, and budget along with a Curriculum vitae (CV) to Sinéad Nolan at [email protected] Use the subject line ‘Consultancy application: Training Materials.’

The deadline for applications is 22 August 2022.

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