We encourage applications from trans, gender diverse and intersex people, Black, indigenous and Latinx people and people of color, D/deaf and disabled people, people from a migrant background, and sex workers.
|Application Deadline:||10 November 2020, 5:00 pm CET|
|Location:||Home-based / Remote|
|Start Date:||15 November 2020|
|Contract Duration:||1.5 months|
The main goal of this consultancy is to increase international awareness on current challenges posed by radical anti-gender movements to trans people’s human rights in the United Kingdom. Its objectives include:
- Mapping radical anti-gender movements in the UK.
- Identifying key radical anti-gender approaches to trans issues in the UK.
- Analyzing the real and potential impact of radical anti-gender organizing on trans people’s human rights in the UK.
- Identifying key entry points for international solidarity.
Scope of Work and Deliverables
The consultant will:
- Engage with GATE’s team on anti-gender organizing.
- Produce an expert and accessible paper on radical anti-gender organizing against trans people in the UK.
- Background in journalism or similar skillset.
- Knowledge of the current situation in the UK with regard to radical anti-gender organizing against trans people.
- Full commitment to trans people’s human rights.
- Excellent research skills.
- Excellent written skills.
GATE will select the consultant based on proposals from interested applicants.
Submit the following to the email listed below with the suggested subject line by 5:00 pm CET on November 10, 2020:
Email: to: email@example.com
Subject line: Surname – UK Consultancy (e.g. Smith – UK Consultancy)
- A letter of interest, including expected fee.
- An example of previously published research.
- Curriculum Vitae.
GATE is an international organization working on gender identity, gender expressions and sex characteristics. It was founded in 2009, and it is registered in New York (USA). GATE programmatic work is organized around four main areas: Depathologization, HIV, Movement Building and UN, with a cross-cutting emphasis on socio-economic justice.