UN Women Call for Proposals to Promote Women Participation in Public Sphere – Jordan
UN Women is currently accepting applications for “Promoting Women’s Productive Participation in the Public Sphere – Triple P (Productive, Participation, Public)” in Jordan that aims to build the capacity of reporters and media professionals on gender responsive reporting on women and work and GBV in the socio-economic spheres.
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The project will work with a selected group of media professionals both to change the way women and work are portrayed in the media, as well as issues such as gender-based violence, and use media channels to communicate positive stories.
Key activities to include:
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Identify media professionals including editors, journalists, reporters, anchors, creative directors, graphic designers, marketing directors working in different media channels across newspapers, magazines, blogs, billboards, radio stations, television stations, and in marketing and advertising in both traditional and new media, from both national and local outlets, as well as public and private outlets.
Establish three cohorts from the identified media professionals including, i) junior media professionals; and ii) editors in chief/senior media professionals; (iii) marketing and advertising professionals. The selected professionals should cover topics related to gender, economics, or the labour market. Criteria to be determined with UN Women.
Develop a curriculum and capacity development plan on gender responsive reporting in the different media channels with a focus on at least two key components:
CO gender sensitive reporting and language;
Women in the labour force: key challenges and opportunities, including how to report issues related to policy reform, harassment and gender based violence in the workplace, social norms and attitudes towards women at work, key enablers and, women’s role in the socio-economic sphere. Curriculum to be developed in partnership with UN Women and gender and media experts.
Based on the capacity development plan, undertake training sessions with the three cohorts, with at least 50 media professionals (50% women and 50% men.)
Organise networking spaces for media professionals, including providing a platform for champions to share their experience and best practices.
Convene regular knowledge exchange meetings for cohort members;
Support media professionals to broadcast and publish at least 10 gender responsive stories about women in alignment with the training’s content that includes exposure visits, especially at the governorate level.
The budget range for this proposal should be USD 150,000 – USD 200,000.
1 Jun — 30 September 2021
In the selection of partners, the following competencies will be considered:
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Soundness of technical competency described in the approach to the outcome/outputs as described in the Terms of Reference for the Call for Proposals.
Capacity to deliver expected results: governance and management competency, and financial and administrative competency.
Relevance of the mandate and the role of the organization to implement expected results and to contribute to the sustainability of said results.
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