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15 Septembre 2021 Il y a 7 jours

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  • Background

The International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA) is an international inter-governmental organization with 33-member states, including the Federal Republic of Germany, and over 25 years of experience of supporting sustainable democracy worldwide. Based in Stockholm, International IDEA has offices in the EU, Africa, Asia and the Pacific and Latin America and the Caribbean. IDEA has been active in Tunisia since 2008, when it implemented a number of activities within the context of a project entitled ‘Women and Politics in the Arab World’.  Since 2011, IDEA provided technical support to the Tunisian transition, including to the Constituent Assembly.  IDEA’s technical support was mainly delivered directly, but was also sometimes delivered in cooperation with the United Nations and with other organisations. IDEA was formally established in Tunisia in 2013 through the signature of a host-country agreement with the Tunisian state.  

In 2014, Tunisia incorporated a limitation clause in its new constitution.  The clause imposes a number of requirements that must be followed by state institutions when they seek to limit basic rights and freedoms, including that all limitations on rights should respect the principle of proportionality.  The limitation clause should have led to sweeping changes in the work of key state institutions, including the courts, government ministries and others.  

Starting in March 2019, International IDEA has intensified its efforts in that regard by implementing a two-year project, funded by the Germany’s Federal Foreign Office, that is specifically dedicated to promoting a deeper awareness of how the 2014 Constitution in general and Article 49 in particular change the framework for the protection of fundamental rights. Eight practical manuals were produced for this purpose and were dedicated to professionals and representatives of the legislative, executive, judicial and local powers, to Independent Public Bodies and civil society actors.  IDEA has been able to achieve progress in raising awareness and providing support to various stakeholders in the field of rights and freedoms.

To capitalise on these achievements and provide further assistance to different institutions, IDEA has initiated a new two-year project (the project) which aims to better enable these institutions to fully understand and implement the principle of proportionality.

Based mainly on the Practical Manuals produced by IDEA, the Project provides among others the organization of peer-to-peer sessions, capacity building sessions and working sessions which will bring together international, national experts and Tunisians from various sectors and professions in order to raise awareness among different actors of the importance of the principle of proportionality and to provide them with the necessary tools to adapt their working methods to the new constitutional requirements.   

In order to achieve that aim, International IDEA is seeking to recruit rapporteurs of the working sessions, capacity building sessions and Peer to peer sessions.

  • Objectives of the Assignment

The objective of the Rapporteur consultancy is to capture the complete notes of the proceedings and produce a report on the proceedings of the one-day workshop (Working sessions and Peer to peer sessions) and/or two days session (Capacity building session) and recommendations within five working days of the completion of the event. The report shall include all the presentations made during the seminar, a narrative summary of the proceedings and discussions and the professional observations from the processes and outcomes of the event. 


  • Deliverables 

The rapporteur must be present throughout the event in the capital or in the regions in order to deliver a report of maximum 25-30 pages within 5 days after the event. The report should highlight the main content of the discussions throughout the event. 

The report must follow the template of International IDEA and must include:

  • Main proceedings and summaries of each session;
  • Inputs and recommendations from the participants;
  • Compile presentations and photographs, annex them to the main report;
  • A brief summary in English;
  • Develop press release and declarations if needed.

The rapporteur must introduce all the comments and corrections of the IDEA team for the report to be validated. He/she should collaborate with the trainers and the IDEA team and provide all the information necessary for the evaluation of the sessions.

  • Remunerations 

The rapporteur will be paid 200 euros/day. For each event, one preparation day is counted.

  • Qualifications
  • Be highly qualified and proficient in spoken and written Arabic and English, with an advanced university degree from a recognized institution in law, literature, journalism, public administration, human rights Law, political science, or related field; 
  • Sound experience in rapporteur of technical workshops;
  • Excellent report writing skills;
  • Have a fair understanding of gender and human rights sector issues;
  • Use a neat, concise and clear style in writing;
  •  Have experience in writing reports for international organizations will be an asset. 


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