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UN Women seeking international consultant for paper on gender and federalism in Myanmar

The UN Women Office in Myanmar focusses on Governance, Peace and Security with a significant component of its work on the current peace process and on post-conflict governance reform. This includes research, policy advocacy and capacity building on a spectrum of issues from a gender equality and women’s rights perspective, such as: the international human rights architecture on women, peace and security; the national architecture and process on the same; mediation, ceasefire monitoring; federalism; a women’s agenda for peace; inclusion of women and their priorities in all aspects of the peace process; governance, security and justice sector reform. Against this background and as the process for the National Dialogue begins in Myanmar, UN Women seeks to hire an International Consultant to write a paper on Gender and Federalism in Myanmar, in close consultation with its Myanmar Office.

Read more about the position and application process here. Applications close 31st August 2016.

Updated:  7 November, 2012/Responsible Officer:  Convenor, Gender Institute/Page Contact:  Web manager, Gender Institute