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RFP Monitoring and Evaluation


The SCIS is looking for an evaluation specialist to support the establishment of a monitoring and evaluation framework for the Centre.

Call for proposals, closing date 16 July 2021

The Southern Centre for Inequality Studies at Wits University is an interdisciplinary research centre which focusses its work on the issue of inequality in the global South. Its vision is to deepen our understanding of and address the driving social, political and economic forces that lead to the production and reproduction of inequality from the perspective of those within the global South, with the aim of effecting change and contributing towards a more egalitarian society.

The project is conceptualised around four main areas of substantive work:

  1. To identify key areas where inequality shapes the life chances of individuals.
  2. To understand, through a focus on the structure of the economy and society, and political, economic and cultural processes, the production, reproduction and intersection of power relations and inequality.
  3. To imagine and lock in an alternative configuration of power relations that generates affirmative state action, provides greater equality of access to relevant resources and fundamentally alters the structure of power relations in society.
  4. To develop a research and policy agenda for the inclusive growth of productive forces.

The SCIS wishes to contract a monitoring and evaluation specialist to design an M&E framework as well as conduct a mid-term evaluation of the Centre.

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