Call for Applications for National Partners to conduct the National Feminist Legal Theory and Practice (National FLTP) Trainings in 2021
APWLD is seeking expressions of interest from national or local organisations in Asia and the Pacific to partner with us to conduct the Feminist Legal Theory and Practice Training at the national level (National FLTPs). The collaborative work will include developing a national specific module, translation of materials and hosting the national FLTP training programme, conducting collaborative evaluation and becoming a member of the growing FLTP community of practice.
How To Apply?
Please fill out the on-line application form or download the form here. Submit the completed application form, letter of interest (addressing the selection criteria and scope of work), and indicative budget for the training using the template provided. (Important note: costs related to institutional support, rent of office, payment for bills, purchasing of assets and equipment are not covered.)
For applications sent via email please send to:
Programme Officer, Feminist Law & Practice, APWLD
Please indicate in the subject line: “Expression of Interest of National FLTP Partner 2021”
DEADLINE OF APPLICATIONS IS ON 31st MAY 2021
For more information on the National FLTPs 2021, please refer to the concept note.
National FLTPs 2021
This year the Feminist Law and Practice Programme plans to pursue the potential of National FLTPs to help strengthen capacities in feminist practice and legal strategising that is responsive to the context, issues and needs of movements at the local and national level.
APWLD will provide a small sub-grant support (US$8,000-10,000 per organisation) to 4-5 organisations to carry out the national FLTP training. Each partner organisation is expected to organise a national FLTP training in the period of July – November 2021, and collectively share the learnings and new strategies in December 2021. APWLD will provide a module for designing the national FLTP training and help national partners reach out to the FLTP trainers as well.
The national-level FLTP Trainings have the following objectives:
- To build the capacity to identify, analyse and scrutinise the discriminatory national laws and policies from a feminist and human rights perspectives;
- To develop feminist legal knowledge tools and strategies to support women’s human rights defenders at the national level;
- To conduct advocacy and national campaigns to challenge discriminatory laws and policies; and advance women’s human rights and Development Justice in the country;
- To build a strong supportive network and movement of feminist legal practitioners and activists within the country.
Who Can Apply
APWLD is seeking to work with like-minded national partners from different countries within the Asia and the Pacific region with the following background:
- Work for the realisation of women’s human rights at community and national levels;
- Have a strong commitment to the promotion of women’s human rights, particularly young, rural, indigenous, migrant, urban poor women and/or women in other marginalised or minority groups;
- Have strong networks and affiliations with feminist lawyers, activists, judiciary and the legal community in their countries;
- Have experience in launching creative and participatory training and workshops in the areas of feminism, women’s human rights or women and the law; and
- Have necessary organisational resources to coordinate and conduct the National FLTPs with support from the APWLD Secretariat.
Expected Roles and Responsibilities of National Partners
National Partners lead in conducting the FLTPs in their countries with the support of the APWLD secretariat in the period of July – November 2021 and submit the final narrative report and financial report along with all necessary annexes by the end of November 2021. All national partners are expected to attend and contribute to collaborative monitoring, evaluation and learning meeting organised by APWLD in December 2021.
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