Individual Consultant(National):SLE/IC/2017/010

Country: Sierra Leone
Language: EN
Number: 2426716
Publication date: 08-06-2017
Source: United Nations Procurement Notices (UNDP)
Tags: Security

Description

Individual Consultant(National):SLE/IC/2017/010
Procurement Process : Other
Office : UNDP,Sierra Leone - SIERRA LEONE
Deadline : 18-Jun-17
Posted on : 07-Jun-17
Development Area : OTHER
Reference Number : 38334
Link to Atlas Project :
00090095 - RULE OF LAW PROGRAMME
Documents :
Consultant -Rule Of Law
Overview :

The Justice and Security Sectors continue to undergo reforms as part of the government of Sierra Leone’s post war reconstruction agenda to improve service delivery, foster peace building and democratic development. Since 2002, government’s strategic priorities have emphasised on justice and security reforms in Pillar 7 of the Agenda for Prosperity. The Security Sector for example implemented reform strategies (Security Sector Reform) with support from the DFID’s International Military Advisory Training Team (IMATT) and subsequently the International Security Advisory Team (ISAT).[1] These reforms supported the establishment of institutional structures to improve governance and increase transparency and accountability in the sector.

 

The Justice Sector on the other hand, is in an advanced stage of implementing its third-generation reform strategy (Justice Sector Reform Strategy and Investment Plan (JSRSIP) III, 2015-2018). These strategies have addressed among other issues, access to and expedition of justice, improving rights and accountability as well as improving the environment for commercial law and justice in the country. Together, both justice and security sectors have recorded significant and tangible gains resulting in some amount of improved access to quality service delivery over the years.

 

With the development of its new Rule of Law Project (2017-2019), UNDP is keen to establish public perceptions in the justice and security sectors to ensure that approaches to addressing challenges identified in these sectors respond to existing needs. That is why the JSCO together with UNDP ROL Project are seeking to recruit an individual national consultant to conduct a nationwide public perception survey on the delivery of justice and security services to ensure sector planning and implementation is informed by the needs expressed by the justice and security sector end users. More importantly the baseline perception survey will inform and shape policymaking and help to improve on mechanisms to increase transparency and accountability within institutions in the sector.

 

 


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