Consultancy to Prepare a Scoping Study on the Human Rights Implications of the Digital Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa
The Danish Institute for Human Rights
- Location: Flexible
- Contract Type: The number of days allocated for the consultancy will be approximately 25 days, to be undertaken during a 3-month period from the signing of the contract (e.g. May to July 2020).
- Closing Date: 25/04/2020
The Danish Institute for Human Rights (Denmark’s national human rights institution) is seeking one or two consultants to prepare a background paper analysing the digital transition in select SubSaharan African countries, focusing on associated human rights implications.
The scoping paper is an internal deliverable as part of the Project and will serve to identify the salient human rights issues specific to the digital transition in the Sub-Saharan African region and to identify key actors and fora involved in digital transition-related dialogue and policy-setting in the region and in select countries. The scoping paper will be used to inform decisions on engagement activities during the second year of the Project (2021) and the development of a policy briefing, which will include key recommendations for state, business and civil society actors to address the human rights implications of the digital transition in the region.
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