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Evaluation of 1954 Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict

Procurement Notice/Advertisement - Open International Competition (OIC)

Country of Destination: France

Reference Number: RFP / IOS / EVS / PCP / 2018

Description: Evaluation of UNESCO’s Standard-setting Work of the Culture Sector - Part V – 1954 Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict and its two Protocols (1954 and 1999)

Deadline for submission of electronic proposals: 29 April 2018 (23:59 CET)

Posting Date: 6 April 2018

The United Nations Educational, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) hereby invites qualified companies/individuals to submit proposals to conduct an Evaluation of UNESCO’s Standard-setting Work of the Culture Sector - Part V – 1954 Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict and its two Protocols (1954 and 1999).

The time schedule for the evaluation is planned between May and September 2018. The
evaluation team should possess the following profile:

Mandatory

Advanced university degree in fields of culture, social science, law, public policy,
knowledge management, international relations or related fields;
 At least 10 years of policy and programme evaluation experience on an international
basis of relevance to policy making;
 Demonstrated knowledge of international legal instruments in the field of cultural heritage
(previous evaluation, research, article, etc. on the subject area);
 Excellent oral communication and report-writing skills in English (as demonstrated in the
technical proposal for this evaluation and in examples of previous evaluations submitted)

Desired

 Experience with the evaluation of international conventions or other standard-setting
instruments (previous evaluation, research, article, etc. on the subject area)
 Experience with the UN (previous work assignments)
 Demonstrated knowledge of the 1954 Convention and its two Protocols (previous
evaluation, research, article, etc. on the subject area)
 Understanding and knowledge of the UN mandates in relation to Human Rights and
Gender Equality (for example through certification, training, examples of assignments)
 Understanding and knowledge of international humanitarian law (previous evaluation,
research, article, etc. on the subject area)
 Understanding and knowledge of the workings of the United Nations Security Council in
relation to mandates on the protection of cultural property
 Knowledge of innovative methods, information systems and technology in public
administration (previous work assignment in this area)
 Working knowledge of French (oral communication and reading)
 Other language skills (Spanish, Arabic, Russian and Chinese)

The purpose of this notice is to provide general information on the requirements for the procurement process and to inform interested suppliers how to obtain a copy of the Solicitation Documents.
Interested individuals / companies who wish to participate in the OIC must request for a complete set of Solicitation Documents, available free of charge, from the UNESCO contact person at the address shown below.

Your electronic offer, comprising a technical and financial proposal attached in two separate files, shall be sent to ios@unesco.org no later than 29 April 2018 at 23:59 hours (CET), in strict compliance with the instructions as stipulated in the Solicitation Documents.
UNESCO reserves the right to amend the documents at any time during the solicitation process.
Any amendments or clarifications will be communicated directly to all bidders who have
requested for a complete set of solicitation documents and officially confirmed their intention to submit a sealed tender. No remuneration will be made to companies for preparation and submission of their tenders.
UNESCO Contact Information:
UNESCO Internal Oversight Service - Evaluation Office
Attn: Ms Ekaterina Sediakina-Rivière
E-mail: e.sediakina@unesco.org

Organisation UNESCO

Country France