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Strategic Plan - tender

13 Sep 2012

Human rights based approach to strategic planning
Background
The Commission has commenced a planning process that will end in March 2013 to develop our new Strategic Plan. By adopting a human rights based approach the aim is to ensure participation from a wide range of stakeholders both inside and outside of Northern Ireland. This will culminate in a plan that will determine areas of future work for the Commission’ the continued maintenance of our statutory obligations under the Northern Ireland Act 1998 and the status as a UN Paris Principles ‘A’ accredited national human rights institution.
Specification
To assist in completing this task’ applications are invited for a suitable contractor to:

• record and develop an audio-visual aid detailing the views of an expert on the future of human rights over the next decade and compile support materials that will act as illustrations;

• independently facilitate 5 consultation meetings in and outside of Belfast with the Commission’s stakeholders between October –November 2012 to seek initial views;

• record and develop an audio-visual aid detailing the views of Commission stakeholders on the possible future work of the organisation;

• provide analysis and report the outcomes of the consultation meetings to Commissioners;

• record and develop an audio-visual aid of the Commissioners deliberations and conclusions to share with stakeholders;

• independently facilitate 5 consultation meetings in and outside of Belfast with the Commission’s stakeholders and in January/February 2013 to seek views on a draft strategic plan;

• record and develop an audio-visual aid detailing the views of Commission stakeholders on the possible future work of the organisation;

• provide analysis and report the outcomes of the 2nd round of consultation meetings to Commissioners.

The audio visuals should be designed so as to assist those involved in the consultation process to formulate their views on how the Commission should operate in future and subject on which it ought to engage.

Management and delivery requirements

The contractor will be managed by and work closely with the Commission’s Director’ Virginia McVea’ throughout the duration of the project.

The Commission requires that all work detailed above is completed by 1st March 2013.

The project will commence in October 2012. The successful contractor will be required to start work immediately upon award of tender.

Application

Interested contractors are invited to:

•write a brief (no more than three pages) letter of motivation’ demonstrating their knowledge and understanding of assisting public authorities and the use of audio-visual media. It is expected that potential contractors will provide an outline of the proposed approach to the project’ including the methods they will employ for ascertaining and ensuring that the Commission’s requirements are met.

•quote a price up to a maximum of £15’000 (inclusive of VAT) for full delivery of project

•details of a referee who can comment on their ability to deliver the type of work described in the specification above.

The award of the contract will be based on the quality of the applicant’s competence to undertake this work’ judged from the content of the letter of motivation’ and price. The Commission reserves the right not to accept the lowest price.

Any questions about the project should be emailed to Dr Nazia Latif at nazia.latif@nihrc.org who will arrange for a prompt response.

Please email your application to lorraine.hamill@nihrc.org by 12pm 21st September 2012

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