The overall objective of the blended course on sectorial accountability for civil society organisations is to improve the capacity of civil society organisations and representatives to meaningfully engage in sectorial issues of significance for the overall level of wellbeing in society. The sector which will be addressed by this course will be the energy sector.
The course is meant to improve CSOs’ understanding of how the energy sector works, the sectorial decision-making processes and funding, energy policies and relevant international commitments, as well as allow them to identify ‘entry points’ for lobbying and advocacy and make them aware of the consultations and complaint mechanisms of relevant bodies.
The assignment is planned to start in May 2020 and last until November 2020.
Interested organisations should have the following professional experience: curriculum development, course development, development of e-learning modules / courses. The organisations should have relevant experience in the EU or Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine) and have proven work experience with private sector, government agencies and CSOs.