quarta-feira, 28 de dezembro de 2016

Chamada da Parceria pelo Governo Aberto (Open Government Partnership) para avaliação da implementação de Planos de Ação Subnacionais

Pesquisadores com interesse em atuar na avaliação do progresso da implementação de Planos de Ação Subnacionais podem candidatar-se até 12 de janeiro de 2017.

Detalhes em: http://www.opengovpartnership.org/node/10417


The Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) is seeking individuals to carry out research at the subnational level in a variety of countries to assess progress on implementation of their OGP Subnational Action Plans.
Background
The OGP is a multilateral initiative that aims to secure concrete commitments from governments to promote transparency, empower citizens, promote public accountability, and harness new technologies to strengthen governance. OGP has recently launched a new pilot program to involve subnational governments in the initiative. The pilot program aims to discover, promote, and foster commitments from different levels of government, where many citizens are directly accessing services and information and taking part in decisions.
Subnational governments participating in the pilot program are to deliver a one year action plan developed with public consultation, and commit to independent reporting on their progress through the OGP Independent Reporting Mechanism.
The IRM works primarily by disseminating independent assessment reports for each OGP participating government. Each subnational progress report will assess the development and implementation of action plans, and will provide technical recommendations.
Candidates from the following states/provinces/cities or with significant track records of expertise in these areas are invited to apply:
 
Qualifications
  • Demonstrated history of policy-relevant research and publication.
  • Reputation as objective, impartial, and thorough.
  • Ability to facilitate stakeholder dialogues, research, interviews, and institutional analysis across non-profit, public, and private sectors.
  • Specific experience working on public policy issues related to governance, transparency, accountability, or public participation more broadly.
  • Demonstrated ability to solicit, incorporate, and respond to official and public comments.
  • Ability to carry out research within a strict time frame.
  • Willingness to communicate findings in a non-partisan, objective fashion.
  • Ability to commit to the role for a duration of fourteen months.
  • Strong English language skills are required
Duties
  • Clear, regular communication to IRM Program staff in Washington, DC and to International Experts Panel.
  • Attendance of in-person training in early 2017.
  • Independent research using focus groups, interviews, and document review.
  • Completion of online and offline research and writing. Subjects covered by research include: action plan development, action plan content, implementation of the action plan in the subnational context.
  • Dissemination of findings of the report to local audiences.
Compensation
  • OGP will offer payment (to include salaries, overheads, and incurred costs) and cover costs of participation to training outside of country, where applicable).
  •  Decision-making process
  • Interested parties should submit an English CV to the IRM at IRM@opengovpartnership.org(link sends e-mail)(link sends e-mail). Please use the following email title: “OGP IRM Researcher [Your Country and State/City/Province]”.
  • Third-party nominations may also be made through the same address. Please confirm with nominees their availability and willingness to participate prior to submission of their name. Where possible, please include their contact information as well.
  • Local researchers for the IRM will be approved by the Independent Experts Panel and IRM program staff, with an opportunity for comment and input by the respective subnational governments and civil society focal points, where applicable. Each applicant will be weighed against the set of criteria listed above, based on interviews, review of prior work, and references.
  • There is a strong preference for nationals of the country and residents of the given subnational unit to be evaluated and for those with experience relevant to action plans.
  • Because of the volume of applications, we will not be able to respond to every applicant. We thank applicants in advance for their expressions of interest.
Deadline for applications is January 12, 2017.

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