Hivos EoI: A Team of Consultants for Baseline Study CREATE–Creative Youth for Tolerance

Hivos is an international organisation that seeks new solutions to persistent global issues. With smart projects in the right places, we oppose discrimination, inequality, abuse of power and the unsustainable use of our planet’s resources. Our primary focus is achieving structural change. This is why we cooperate with innovative businesses, citizens and their organisations. We share a dream with them of sustainable economies and inclusive societies. For its Hivos  seeks qualified candidates for the position of:

Title :  A Team of Consultants for Baseline Study CREATE – Creative Youth for Tolerance
Duty Station :  Jakarta, Indonesia
Report to :  Activity Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Officer
Duration :  June to September 2020

The Creative Youth for Tolerance (CREATE) program aims to improve pluralism and tolerance in targeted schools in Indonesia. Inspired by humanist values, CREATE facilitates multi-actor collaboration and partnerships to address interreligious and interethnic harmony. To work toward achieving its objective, CREATE will support the creation of an ecosystem of students, teachers, parents, school committees, school communities and art facilitators at each target school community. Art facilitators will enhance students’ capacity to constructively manage difference and provide a counterweight to the intolerant messages using three ways of learning (intra-curricular, extra-curricular, and co-curricular). CREATE will enhance the role of parents and school committees, as well as encourage cross-collaboration between schools and help to support the creation of a “community of practice” of schools through arts and culture. Furthermore, CREATE will provide safe space for students to reflect positive stories about the management of diversity across Indonesia and express through socially engaging artistic and audio-visual works. It is expected, the program incorporates structured opportunities for outreach to disseminate program outcomes and learnings among key stakeholders at national as well as district and provincial level, including in the Ministry of Education and Culture (MoEC) and Ministry of Religious Affairs (MoRA), and explore opportunities for replication.

CREATE aims to target seven state high schools and three madrasah aliyah in each of the provinces of West Java (Bandung and Bogor), East Java (Surabaya and Malang), and South Sulawesi (Makassar and Gowa) where research has identified high levels of violations of religious freedom, as well as significant numbers of local regulations (perda) that are discriminatory toward women and minorities. The program is targeting a mix of urban and rural schools, but prioritizes schools in relatively close proximity to one another. For the implementation in madrasah aliyah, CREATE is targeting three pilot madrasah from a single city where the program has already implemented activities with SMAs. In light of the number of SMAs and madrasah involved, CREATE engages MoEC and MoRA at the national and provincial levels, and other relevant stakeholders, to share lessons learned and promote replication.

The main objective of the assignment is to conduct baseline study. The baseline study will focus on the collection of data/information for a set of performance indicators outlined in the project results framework as described in CREATE's theory of change. The baseline study will form the basis for the final evaluation other than setting the baseline and helps to set targets for project indicators. Consequently, it’s vital to consider the impact that are going to create through the project also to be considered in this baseline survey.

After completion of the study, the assigned institution or a team of consultants will facilitate a workshop engaging key stakeholders of the CREATE Program to disseminate the findings of the baseline.

Scope of work
The baseline study will cover key institutions the project has been described in the proposal, including government agencies at national, provincial as well as district level, school committees, teachers, students, parents, as well as an agreed cross-selection of beneficiaries in the education sector that the project will be operating in.

Qualifications and Experiences  
The consultants can be a firm and or a team of specialists. The following are the collective selection criteria for the institution or a team of consultants:
● Solid experience and proven track record of carrying out project baselines or evaluations, including use of participatory tools as a means of data collection.
● Good understanding of Indonesia’s pluralism and tolerance issues, with proven background artistic and cultural approaches, promotion of dialogue, and/or effective parenting against violent radicalism preferred.
● Excellent reporting and communication skills, including English language skills

For more detailed Term of Reference (ToR) information please click the following link:

How to apply?
Interested candidates are requested to submit an electronic copy of their expression of interest/proposal and CV/resume to not later than 14 June 2020 (COB) with email subject: CREATE Baseline_Name of Consultant
Please be sure to compile all CVs into one document and send it along with one proposal.
An application without a proposal will not be accepted
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
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