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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: CONSULTANT FOR FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CAPACITY SCAN AND TRAINING

Under the auspices of three-year grants from the Robert Carr Fund, the ‘Harm Reduction Consortium’ and the ‘Consortium of Networks of People Who Use Drugs’ exist to challenge the global war on drugs, support harm reduction services and funding, and protect the rights and health of people who use drugs. Both Consortia have an ongoing commitment to capacity building and organisational development, and we are therefore seeking a consultant to undertake a capacity scan and review of the financial management structures of our individual member organisations. The review will culminate in two reports (one to each Consortium) containing concrete recommendations and guidance, and a one-day financial management workshop with both Consortia in Q1 2021 (exact venue and dates to be confirmed).​

Please read the full RFP here, and send your proposal before 30th May 2020 to Jamie Bridge (jbridge@idpc.net) and Mauro Guarinieri (mauroguarinieri@inpud.net)


 

CONSULTANCY: DOCUMENTING THE HISTORY OF THE DRUG USER RIGHTS MOVEMENT

Through primary qualitative data collection and interviews with key respondents, INPUD has been documenting the history of the movement of people who use drugs by collecting the stories of the groups that have formed around the world. This action research project documents how movements of people who use drugs form, maintain momentum, and undertake their work in a context of criminalisation, marginalisation, and oppression. A key objective is to collect lessons learnt from networks and individuals of people who use drugs in order to inform and shape the ongoing work of the global drug user rights movement. This project is a key advocacy and learning resource on how the movement of people who use drugs builds its collective sense of identity, pride and sense of belonging.

INPUD is seeking a consultant to develop and produce the final product of this project: a high-quality English paper of approximately ten to fifteen pages and may be later translated into a peer-reviewed article. The project is intended to be completed in a total of 10 working days between 1st June to 20th June, 2020. 

Download and read the full Terms of Reference here. To apply, please send a CV and Letter of Interest to mauroguarinieri@inpud.net and judychang@inpud.net by the 5th of June, 2020​.