The “Strengthening Resilience in MENA” project is funded by the EU’s Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace.
The British Council design and deliver an 18-month long project, with support from EU and locally-engaged partners who have expertise in strategic communications and building community capacity.
The British Council will support local partners to deliver research, capacity building and youth programmes in Morocco and other countries in the MENA region, to increase the capacity of civil society to communicate to a youth target audience, and to increase the government capacity to understand the benefits of youth engagement with civil society and therefore permit or support this communication. In addition, civil society organisations will deliver training for young people in their communities, including on how to run community projects and develop their skills by doing so. To achieve the project results, the British Council will work with local partners as much as possible and international partners active in this area of work as appropriate.
Under this project, the British Council is looking for:
Under this project, the British council is looking for experts in short film making to support a group of young people to develop short films. This workshop aims to assist this group of young people to create and deliver a short film that inspire alternative and positive pathways for youth.
Under this project, the British Council is seeking a communication expert who will design, deliver and support the monitoring and evaluation of a workshop to develop the communications capacity of a network of civil society organisation
Civil Society Capacity Building trainer
Under this project, the British council is seeking a consultant who will design, deliver and support the monitoring and evaluation of a workshop to build the capacity of a network of civil society organisation (approximately 15 participants representing civil society organisations), at agreed locations in the north of Morocco to influence and make a difference in their local community.