Kaleidoscope Trust is a founding member and host to the Secretariat of The Commonwealth Equality Network (TCEN), the first civil society network to sustainably advocate on behalf of LGBT+ people in the Commonwealth. Since its foundation in 2013, TCEN has actively participated in Commonwealth spaces to raise the profile and mainstream the discussion of LGBT+ people and their rights and concerns, and to engage with national-level decision-makers and policymakers on these topics.
About the role
Mainstreaming intersectionality as an approach to LGBT+ equality in the Commonwealth Pacific is a 10-month programme funded by the Australian Government’s Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).
The programme, which runs from May 2021 to March 2022, aims at supporting and building the capacity of Pacific-based LGBT+ organisations in applying an intersectional angle to their work and at increasing collaboration between TCEN members and other CSOs and stakeholders to bolster meaningful engagement with decision-makers.
Under the supervision of the Kaleidoscope Trust’s DFAT Programme Team and in close collaboration with the TCEN’s member organisations in Fiji, Tonga, Kiribati and Vanuatu, the selected consultant/team of consultants will be expected to conduct a set of training workshops and to develop practical guidelines on applying intersectionality into civil society work.
Details on how to apply
Closing date: 10th August 2021
To apply, please read carefully the following document: