Terre des hommes is looking for three curriculum developers/trainers to develop and conduct face to face and online training courses about restorative justice and its application with child victims in Albania, Greece and Romania.
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- Develop a face-to-face training programme on restorative justice with child victims in Albania, Greece and Romania
- Develop an e-learning module on restorative justice with child victims in Albania, Greece and Romania
- Raise awareness of professionals on restorative justice in cases involving children and young people, with special attention for child victims;
- Provide professionals with tools to work in a more child-friendly way in the justice system of the implementing countries (Albania, Greece and Romania).
- Build the capacities of professionals working with children in Albania, Greece and Romania.
Period of the consultancy: 8 months
Location: ALBANIA, GREECE and ROMANIA. One curriculum developer and trainer will be assigned to each country
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- Follow Terre des hommes and the i-RESTORE consortium guidelines on the technical design of the face-to-face and e-learning modules.
- The principle of “the best interests of the child” should be of primary consideration in all actions affecting children, whether undertaken by public or private social welfare institutions, courts of law, administrative authorities or legislative bodies.
- The principle of “non-discrimination” whereby all key-principles and fundamental rights enshrined in the CRC apply to all children, irrespective of race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national, ethnic or social origin, property, disability, birth or other status.
- The principle of “child participation” acknowledges the right of children to express their views freely in all matters affecting them, the views of the child being given due weight in accordance with the age and maturity of the child.
- Quality of training methodology that allows for validity and reliability of findings open to peer review.
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- Practice and/or training experience in working (restoratively) with children involved in the criminal justice system, or
- Practice and/or training experience in working (restoratively) with (children) victims of crime, or
- Practice and/or training experience in restorative approaches in schools (alternative conflict resolution, nonviolent communication, etc.)
Candidates must have at least a restorative attitude (even if called in other terms) to work with children involved in the criminal justice process and they must be willing to get acquainted with restorative justice theories and practices.
- 5-10 years of relevant work experience, out of which at least 5 years involved practical experience around work on diversion measures;
- Possess recognized experience and/or knowledge relevant to research, teaching and training in the area of justice for youth;
- Desirable to have relevant university degree in restorative justice, criminal justice, criminology, law or another relevant field;
- Be familiar with EU guidelines/policies regarding child justice and victim protection;
- Solid knowledge and understanding of international human rights laws and standards on child justice;
- Excellent written and spoken English;
- High degree of confidentiality;
- Multidisciplinary expertise is an added value.
- Albanian language proficiency;
- Proven record of good knowledge of the legislation and policies related to child justice and/or child victims in Albania;
- Desirable to have proven record of good knowledge of the legislation and policies related to restorative approaches in the Albanian justice system
- Greek language proficiency;
- Proven record of good knowledge of the legislation and policies related to child justice and/or child victims in Greece;
- Desirable to have proven record of good knowledge of the legislation and policies related to restorative approaches in the Greek justice system
- Romanian language proficiency;
- Proven record of good knowledge of the legislation and policies related to child justice and/or child victims in Romania;
- Desirable to have proven record of good knowledge of the legislation and policies related to restorative approaches in the Romanian justice system
For more information, visit https://tdh-europe.org/news/call-for-proposals-three-curriculum-developers-and-trainers-for-face-to-face-and-online-courses-on-restorative-justice-with-child-victims-for-albania-greece-and-romania-i-restore-project/7482
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