Consultancy on Assessment of the Status of the Party Law Regime in Kenya
The Centre for Governance and Development (CGD) is seeking bids from qualified firms and individuals to undertake an assessment that will highlight the strengths and weaknesses of the country's party law regime on the basis of democratic theory and international best practice, to identify and document best practices from other jurisdiction and, consequently, recommend the requisite reforms.
It will also include an analysis of the power structures to help identify the key decision makers to target for lobbying and a special focus on the party nomination infrastructure to identify critical interventions points.
- Post-Graduate Degree in law or Political Science;
- Demonstrated in-depth knowledge and interpretation of Kenya’s Political Parties particularly the identified laws;
- Experience in Civic education engagement processes especially on Political Parties structures, internal democracy and tiers on actors;
- In-depth knowledge of the context of Political Party laws in Kenya; the transition from single party to multi-party era and the associated party laws;
- Involvement in the advocacy and development processes of the laws will be an added advantage; Language proficiency: fluency in English and Kiswahili is mandatory.
Interested consultants should provide the following:
- A profile of the lead consultant highlighting the relevant experience in doing similar work OR the CV of the consultant highlighting how they meet the required;
- The consultant understanding of the TOR and how they intend to carry out this assignment.
- Proposed budget indicating the number of days, tasks and costs per main task;
- Indication of availability to start and undertake this assignment.
The complete TOR can be downloaded from the following link:
Interested and well qualified individuals are invited to submit their applications on soft copy to: Jedidah Muriuki, Administrative Secretary, Centre for Governance and Development (CGD), E-mail: email@example.com