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Required experts:

GDSI is implementing Eastern Partnership Civil Society Facility – Regional Actions Project with the aim to strengthen and promote civil society\\\'s role in reforms and democratic changes taking place in the Eastern Neighbourhood countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine). The project has identified a need to facilitate the development of CSOs’ capacity to develop stories about their activities and broadcast them. We therefore are looking for an expert to lead the process of the online course development on \\\"Storytelling for Civil Society Organisations\\\", including:  

  • Reviewing and proposing improvements to the methodological / pedagogical approach proposed by the course developers.
  • Development of the baseline assessment of participants\\\' knowledge.
  • Carrying out the first quality check of content produced by the course developers, in line with the ToR for the course, the briefing of the Team Leader.
  • Producing additional content for the course or better adapting existing content to the needs of civil society in the region.
  • Providing support with the examples to be included in the course: checking quality and relevance, contacting organisations for permission, adapting examples, etc.
  • Collecting resources for the resource library of the course (in Russian and English).
  • If requested, producing practical assignments / exercises for course participants.
  • Weekly progress / status check involving all relevant parties and completion of a detailed status /ongoing tasks table.
  • Performing the quality assurance of the course, including checking the quality of translations.
  • If requested, actively participating in the closed Facebook group for participants.

  Time input requested: during December 2018 - April 2019.  


Selection Criteria:

  • At least three years of experience on developing and broadcasting stories, preferably for civil society organisations.
  • Previous experience in developing trainings and training others on relevant subjects.
  • At least one year of experience working for or with civil society organisations in the EaP region.
  • Experience in development/adaptation of e-learning courses for civil society is considered an advantage.
  • Being a published author (online publications / platforms included) would be considered an advantage.

CV submission deadline:
Project start:
Project duration:
5 months
EaP CSF Project director at