The Trades Union Congress invites proposals to conduct an impact study for the Playfair 2012 project and campaign
Playfair 2012 is a three-year project and campaign running from July 2009 to August 2012. The Playfair 2012 project is funded by the Department for International Development. Playfair 2012 aims to increase the awareness of UK workers and students of the interdependence of global sportswear supply chains and their power to affect change as consumers. In turn this will strengthen the efforts of ethical suppliers and workers in developing countries to alleviate their poverty.
The Playfair 2012 campaign aims to influence the policies and practises of major sportswear brands and the organisers of the London 2012 Olympics to ensure respect for International Labour Organisation Conventions and workersâ€™ human rights, in their global supply chains.
Playfair 2012 is coordinated by the Trades Union Congress (TUC) and Labour Behind the Label. The TUC is commissioningÂ this study to assess the impact of the Playfair 2012 project and campaign, and to capture learning from their implementation.
Playfair 2012 impact study
Length of consultancy
This piece of work could take around eight working days, however, the TUC is willing to negotiate the length of the consultancy.
The consultant will have experience of carrying out evaluations and impact studies of projects relating to development education and international development. In addition, experience of evaluating the impact of UK campaigns focused on international development will be essential. A knowledge and understanding of the role of trade unions in development projects and campaigning is essential.
Owen Tudor, Head of European Union and International Relations Department â€“ firstname.lastname@example.org and on 020 7467 1325.
How to apply
Send a copy of your CV and a covering letter detailing your relevant skills, knowledge and experience to Owen Tudor at email@example.comÂ Decisions on applications will be made following a telephone interview.
Closing date: 30 August 2012
Â More information: see the Terms of Reference
August 8th, 2012