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Job Opportunity At Giz – Graphic Designer
The African Court on Human and People’s Rights (African Court) is the judicial arm of the African Union (AU) and one of the three regional human rights courts together with the European Court of Human Rights and the Inter-American Court of Human rights. It was established to protect the human and peoples’ rights in Africa principally through delivery of judgments.
The African Court was established by virtue of Article 1 of the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Establishment of an African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights (the Protocol). The Protocol establishing the Court was adopted on 9 June 1998 in Burkina Faso and came into force on 25 January 2004 after it was ratified by more than 15 countries.
The mandate of the Court is to complement and reinforce the functions of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (the African Commission – often referred to as the Banjul Commission), which is a quasi-judicial body charged with monitoring the implementation of the Charter.
The Court has over the years undertaken efforts to increase public awareness about its mandate. This included the adoption of a Communications Strategy in 2018. The Strategy was intended to provide a framework for effective communication of the African Court’s mandate and work to its stakeholders, at international, continental, regional and national levels.
Specifically, in line with the broader Communication Strategy, the Court embraced the use of digital media platforms, including an official website. The website has been an important tool for providing timely and relevant information to researchers, academics, development partners, lawyers, sister organisations, AU Member States, Civil Society and the general public, about the work of the Court.
To further enhance the usability, interactivity and appealingness of the website, the Africa Court is in the process of redesigning its current website. It is in this regard that the Court with support from the GIZ implemented Programme, Strengthening Good Governance and Human Rights in Africa – African Governance Architecture, seeks to engage services of a Graphic Designer to support the redesigning of the African Court website. The Designer is expected to provide illustrations, artwork and visually appealing designs and compositions, including website banners, footers, backgrounds and icons, among others, to create a new look-and-feel as well as display content in a more organised, attractive, user-friendly, infographic style and where necessary with audio/sound in the background.
Objectives of the Service
The Graphics Designer is expected to deliver on the scope of work as below:
The Graphic Designer is required to provide a up to date CV with a portfolio of previous similar work done.
The below specified qualifications represent the requirements to reach the maximum number of points:
Number of work days: 60
Flexible Work Days (the assignment is to be completed within 3 Months)
Period of assignment: From 16 August 2021 until 7 December 2021.
Detailed tender documents can be requested by email only: submit your request to: [email protected] Latest by 30/07/2021.