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EU/UNESCO: Call for Expression of Interest: project implementation in Namibia

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EU/UNESCO Expert Facility on the Governance of Culture in Developing Countries: Support for new regulatory frameworks to strengthen the cultural and creative industries and promote South-South cooperation 

Project funded by the European Union (EU) 2018-2021

Deadline: 4 May 2020

See full article here https://en.unesco.org/creativity/news/call-expression-interest-project-implementation-namibia

The purpose of this call is to solicit expression of interest from individuals interested in working as a national expert (Namibia) in the implementation of the above-mentioned project. A selected candidate will receive a consultant contract from UNESCO to carry out the terms of reference provided in the call

Interested candidates are requested to submit to , by 4 May 2020:

  1. detailed CV providing evidence that they possess the required skills and professional experience described in the terms of reference;
  2. an application form (Annex 2); and,
  3. financial proposal (Annex 3).

The candidates will be evaluated by UNESCO in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture of the Republic of Namibia. Short-listed candidates might be invited for a phone interview. Please contact Ms Anaïs Chagankerian () for any inquiry.

Please refer to the call for all details.

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