THIS PROJECT IS NOW COMPLETED
We will have a blog update soon explaining the project and its results
Banyan has been asked by The MSI Project, an NGO affiliated with Harvard Law School, to assess and evaluate the human rights impacts of a number of multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs) such as, but not including, the Kimberley Process or the Fair Labour Association.
We are looking to build a team of at least two students to evaluate two MSIs using an established methodology. This will involve working with an evaluation dataset and translating it into a written report. Depending on the outcome of the work, there is the possibility of separate or ongoing involvement in other aspects of the Project’s work, including advocacy and capacity-building with MSIs.
Competencies: Report-writing. Familiarity with international human rights or corporate accountability issues is preferable.
Commitments: 60 hours per person.Work needs to begin as soon as possible; the sooner you are able to commit the time the better.
Deadline: as soon as possible
Application: If you’re interested in working on this project, please email us at email@example.com with details of your availability and hours you can commit; please also attach a CV.