Seeking a consultant based in Thailand to evaluate the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding on the Determination of Measures and Approaches Alternative to Detention of Children in Immigration Detention Centers (MOU-ATD).

Consultancy Objectives 

  • To assess the performance to the MOU-ATD
  • To develop recommendations for the effective and efficient implementation of the MOU-ATD, and to report the results to the Office of the National Security Council

This consultancy requires fluency in written and spoken Thai and English. Applications due by 15 February 2023.

Terms of Reference (TOR) available in Thai below:

Communications Coordinator

IDC is currently recruiting a Communications Coordinator to develop, implement and evaluate IDC’s Communications Strategy, and ensure that it effectively advances IDC’s Strategic Plan, profile, influence, as well as accurately represents grounded narratives and visions of refugee and migrant communities impacted by immigration detention. The role includes building the strategic communications capacities of IDC, and harmonising IDC’s overall strategic communications efforts, including storytelling, messaging and narrative framework, as well as fostering strong engagement with members, partners, governments, the media, and other key audiences to achieve IDC’s mission of ending immigration detention.

  • Part-Time (4 days/week)
  • Must be based in the Netherlands, Germany or the United Kingdom, with the preferred option being The Netherlands
  • Must be fluent in written and spoken English
  • 47,000 – 52,000 EUR per year (pro rata)

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To apply, please send your CV and cover letter addressing the key selection criteria and sharing your relevant work and/or volunteer experience to: [email protected] by Friday 24 February, 2023. Please include “Communications Coordinator” in the subject of your email. Interviews will be held virtually beginning the week of 6 March, 2022.

IDC values diversity, equality and inclusivity. Applications are welcome from all backgrounds. We especially encourage applications of those from underrepresented backgrounds, including but not limited to gender, race, age, sexual orientation, disability and religion. In particular, we highly encourage leaders with lived experience of immigration detention and its impacts to apply. If potential candidates require any adaptations to usual recruitment processes, please do not hesitate to note this in your application.