Application Due Date: 8th of October, 2018.
Next Generation Zimbabwe is a job of the British Council follows on other comparable Next Generation in Tanzania, South Africa, Pakistan and Nigeria. These tasks sought to look into the understandings and goals of youths in nations experiencing youth bulges; producing suggestions for enhanced policies to capitalise on the capacity of the next generation; and offering a voice to youths as they try to form their nations’ future.
The task integrates policy-relevant research study with a tactical interactions project to share the findings commonly and utilize them to boost youths’s capability to affect the policy environment.
The Next Generation Zimbabwe Youth Job Force will be the general public face and voice of the task. Its 10 choose members will:
- Utilize their proficiency to assist guide the task’s quantitative and qualitative research study studies into the goals and viewpoints of young Zimbabweans
- Evaluation the research study findings to produce suggestions for policy
- Aid share the findings and suggestions to policy-makers and the general public.
Members of the Youth Job Force will be drawn from throughout the Zimbabwean social spectrum, covering a series of locations, faiths, genders, ethnic backgrounds, expert sectors and so on. All will be over the age of 18 and under 35 years of age. Members will be prominent voices in their fields and have a strong interest in promoting for and adding to the advancement of enhanced policies for youths in Zimbabwe.
Members will be anticipated to carry out a series of tasks, for which all costs will be repaid. This is a voluntary function, and as such there will be no financial settlement for participation.
Obligations consist of:
- Going to 4-6 conferences in between October 2018 and July 2019 focused on assisting the execution of the task, going over research study findings, and establishing suggestions for policy.
- Checking out and examining the reports of the 3 research study phases, particularly the literature evaluation on youth work in Zimbabwe, and qualitative and quantitative research study into how youths live their lives and their hopes and worries for the future.
- Participate In as much as 3 launch occasions around the nation in between November 2018 and July 2019 for policy-makers and the general public, help in providing the research study findings at these occasions, and represent Next Generation Zimbabwe to the media.
- If you have an interest in ending up being a Youth Job Force member and feel that you have the ideal qualities for the function, please e-mail your summary CV with a one-page covering letter (as one file, optimum 4 pages) revealing your interest and viability to Simbarashe Mukwacha at the British Council, Zimbabwe on the following email: email@example.com.
- Applications should be gotten by the 8th of October, 2018.
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