The stark realities of inequity and inequality, of uninformed and sometimes misguided public policy, of inept governance, and of having institutions largely unprepared for the effects and consequences of COVID-19 have become heightened and highlighted during the pandemic. ‘New normal’ arrangements, including coping mechanisms, amid the uncertainty of what a post-COVID future (or a living-with-COVID scenario) looks like remain as causes for concern. These have spurred reflections on policies employed and decisions and concessions undertaken, including, but not limited to, vaccine development, administration, distribution, procurement, and knowledge and technology control and/or transfer.
With this in mind, Innovation for Change – East Asia undertakes to develop a research framework on vaccine equity, diplomacy, transparency, and accountability.
- To provide a space for and gain a deeper understanding of the context of vaccine equity, vaccine diplomacy, and vaccine transparency, and accountability,
- To learn about what actions other civil society organizations and institutions have done in order to address issues related to vaccine equity, diplomacy, transparency, and accountability, and
- To co-create a common research framework for I4C Hubs that are interested in participating in a succeeding research project on vaccine equity, diplomacy, transparency, and accountability.
I4C-East Asia is engaging a RESEARCH FRAMEWORK DESIGNER for the Vaccine Transparency and Accountability project to:
- Lead the development of the common RESEARCH FRAMEWORK for the I4C network
- Collaborate with the I4C-East Asia Hub team to IDENTIFY RESOURCE PERSONS for the LEARNING SPACES
- Work with the co-creation workshop facilitator to design the CO-CREATION WORKSHOP AGENDA
The RESEARCH FRAMEWORK DESIGNER will receive USD2,250 (two thousand two hundred and fifty US dollars) for services rendered.
Please check the CONSULTANCY TERMS OF REFERENCE for more information.
EXPRESS YOUR INTEREST by filling out this JotForm by Monday, 18 April 2022, 11:59pm Bangkok time.