REQUEST FOR QUOTATION / RFQ
Short Term Consultant Service
|RFQ Reference:||AIPTIS RFQ-2022/1/001|
|Title of Activity:||Short Terms Consultant: Disability Terms and Language Guideline|
|Location:||Jakarta / Home Based|
|Period of Assignment:||January – February 2022|
|Submission Date:||15 January 2022 at the latest|
SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT
The Australia-Indonesia Partnership Towards an Inclusive Society (AIPTIS) is a $120m, 8-year investment (2021-28) that will contribute to the broader development goal of No one is left behind – more marginalised people participate in and benefit from Indonesia’s socio-cultural economic, and political development.
AIPTIS continues Australia’s support to Indonesia’s prosperity, building on advancements in the areas of gender equality and women’s empowerment, social inclusion, and civil society strengthening. This includes experience and lessons working in community-driven development, civil society programs, women’s empowerment, and inclusive development programs – most recently through MAMPU and Peduli. It also builds on decades of work by Indonesian CSOs and social movements, including the women’s movement to advance GEDSI.
AIPTIS supports the shared policy priorities of GoI and GoA. It is aligned with Pillar One of the Indonesia- Australia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, and the associated Plan of Action, which commits to cooperation to “address poverty and inequality, promote women’s leadership and empowerment on disability-inclusive development; the Stability Pillar of the Australia-Indonesia COVID-19 Development Response Plan; and the Government of Indonesia (GoI) Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN IV 2020- 2024). AIPTIS supports the RPJMN agenda of “enhancing the quality and competitiveness of human resources”, and specifically the RPJMN’s Gender Equality and Women Empowerment policy and its Social Inclusion policy direction. It also supports Indonesia’s commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the call to “Leave no one behind” in development, while responding to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, including the disproportionate socioeconomic impacts on women and communities experiencing marginalisation as well as the potential threats posed to civil society spaces.
SUMMARY OF THE POSITION
Reporting to the Communications Manager, the Consultant of Disability Terms and Language Guideline (TLG) is responsible to provide advice, and recommendation to the AIPTIS Program with regard to the terms and language used to identify and describe disability in formal and legal Bahasa Indonesia. This includes conducting research; providing advice, suggestions, and recommendation; as well as conducting a mini workshop with AIPTIS Team on the approved and legal disability terms and language guideline.
QUOTATION & QUESTIONS SUBMISSON
- Quotation should be submitted to AIPTIS by email to email@example.com by 15 January 2022.
- Please refer to the attached Terms of Reference TOR for your quotation submission:
- Please put “AIPTIS STC: Disability Terms & Language Guideline” in the email subject line.
- We thank all applicants, however only those shortlisted will be contacted.
- Any questions or request for clarification related to this RFQ could be addressed by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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