Hate crimes research

We are currently looking for a consultant / team of consultants to research, analyse and draft text on the key factors which are necessary for the successful establishment of hate crime legislation which will inform our work under the Changing Laws, Changing Lives programme.

  • Location: Home based
  • Languages Required: English
  • Starting Date: 20 November 2021
  • End Date/Duration of Assignment: 28 January 2022
  • Fees: £5,000
  • Application Deadline: 15 November 2021

The selected consultant(s) will be expected to have the following experience:

  • Law degree
 and advanced degree in criminal law, human rights, sociology, criminology, politics or a related field;
  • Qualifications as a legal academic, particularly in international human rights law and/or criminal law;
  • Very high attention to detail and ability to conduct complex research, critically analyse legal documents, research reports and papers;
  • Demonstrated experience working on or conducting research on hate crimes and law reform, particularly in Commonwealth nations;
  • Excellent writing skills; and
  • Fluency in English.

For full details of this consultancy and information on how to submit a proposal, please see the Terms of Reference here.

Model responses research

We are currently looking for a consultant / team of consultants to research, analyse and draft text on the opposing arguments to reform of sexual offences legislation, to research, analyse and draft model responses to these arguments, and detail four case studies on successful reform of sexual offences legislation.

  • Location: Home based
  • Languages Required: English
  • Starting Date: 20 November 2021
  • End Date/Duration of Assignment: 28 January 2022
  • Fees: £8,500
  • Application Deadline: 15 November 2021

The selected consultant(s) will be expected to have the following experience:

  • Law degree
 and advanced degree in criminal law, human rights, sociology, politics or equivalent experience;
  • Very high attention to detail and ability to conduct complex research, critically analyse legal and advocacy documents, research reports and papers;
  • Demonstrated experience working on or conducting research on reform of sexual offences, particularly in Commonwealth nations;
  • Experience and/or qualifications in strategic messaging/communications is highly desirable;
  • Excellent writing skills; and
  • Fluency in English.

For full details of this consultancy and information on how to submit a proposal, please see the Terms of Reference here.

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