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  • Graphic Designer Call Out- We Rise Coalition Logo

    BRIEF: CALL FOR GRAPHIC DESIGNER Purpose and call for concepts

    The We Rise Coalition is seeking a graphic designer to assist with the creation of a brand identity for the Coalition.

    In the initial concept round, designers are invited to submit up to two logo concepts and a short rationale (drawing in Guidance noted below) to by Monday, 1st May, 2017. Note: Graphic designers submitting initial concepts in this round will not receive payment.

    The candidate who submits the logos that are most preferred by partners in the We Rise Coalition will be invited to finalise the brand identity of the Coalition, and receive full payment for their work to complete the brand identify requirements, as outlined in this brief.

    Background - The We Rise Coalition

    The We Rise Coalition is a dynamic, learning Coalition led by four independent, autonomous and feminist organisations:

    • Diverse Voices and Action for Equality (DiVA)

    • FemLINKPACIFIC (FemLINK)

    • Fiji Women’s Rights Movement (FWRM)

    • International Women’s Development Agency (IWDA)

    At the centre of the We Rise Coalition is a commitment to building and sustaining the collective power of women in all their diversities. This includes building a movement to demand that women are able to realise their full human rights, equality and justice, and creating a political force for change that cannot be ignored by families, communities, governments, or society at large.

    While resistance or rebellion by individual women is easy to squash or isolate, the We Rise Coalition believes that strategic resistance, acting together on a common agenda of change, is far harder to ignore and suppress.

    Guidance

    The We Rise Coalition is seeking the development of a logo / brand identity for the Coalition.

    Some points to consider:

    ● The logo should be reflective of the Coalition vision, “A Pacific where there is gender justice, ecological sustainability, peace, freedom, equality and human rights for all.”

    ● Clear Pacific identity: either through ocean/earth/nature symbolism or representation.

    ● The words ‘We Rise Coalition’ need to feature. Note: the brand identity could include an image / graphic icon, or could just be the text We Rise Coalition made up as the identity in itself. Options for both could also be explored.

    ● ‘We Rise’ is not necessarily something that is unique to the We Rise Coalition, how do we make ourselves unique or distinct from other ways We Rise is used? i.e. JASS Associates have a We Rise Movement Building tool-kit. How do we make ourselves as a feminist Coalition distinct from other uses of the term We Rise. It is important that the identity sets us out as unique.

    ● Could include the tag line: A feminist Coalition in the Pacific. This is a tag line that makes us unique.

    Key words to support the ‘feeling’ of the logo:

    ● Feminist

    ● Pacific

    ● Bold

    ● Women’s human rights

    ● Empowerment

    ● Justice

    ● Diversity

    ● Equality

    Budget

    A total of 1500 FJD is available for this project including time for rounds of review/adjustment requests by the Coalition, and final deliverables.

    For more information contact

  • GIRLS Counsellor Call Out

    The renowned Grow Inspire Relate Lead Succeed {GIRLS} Program has commenced for another 3 year term. This includes working with girls aged 10 – 12 years, 13- 16 years and including their respective parents and carers. The GIRLS programme use various creative methodologies to sensitize participants on issues of human rights, feminism and gender. The programme is based on the premise that the skills developed through creative arts, sports and outdoor learning build capacity in effective communication, bodily awareness, self-confidence, leadership skills and contribute towards the empowerment of young girls as individuals.

    FWRM is seeking a Counsellor to provide confidential, non-judgemental crisis such as group therapy processes and or individual counselling.

    The Counsellor will be engaged from Friday 28th April to 31st December , 2017.

    Goal:

    To strengthen the engagement of girls, in all their diversity, in advocating for positive change for girls’ safety and security in Fiji.

    Key Objectives:

    • To work with four groups comprising of girls aged 10- 12 years, 13- 16 years and the respective parents and carers of the two girl cohorts.

    • Conduct group therapy processes and individual counselling in line with “Grow, Inspire, Relate, Lead and Succeed.”

    • Develop and conduct creative strategies including motivational activities.

    Criteria:

    • A relevant degree in Psychology and Social Work including;

     Counselling

     Child and Family Therapy

     English Literature

     Social Recovery

     Language or Subjects involving thought, reflection and interpretation for example; philosophy, history, psychology

    • 5 years’ experience working with children and have knowledge on the rights of the girl child and Child Protection.

    • Preferably 5 years counselling experience

    • Demonstrated ability to motivate and inspire girls, parents and carers.

    • An ability to express yourself both orally and in writing and to be creative in organising some positive uplifting activities for young girls.

    • Clear Police record

    Send your Expression of Interest and Full Written Proposal to by COB Monday 24th April, 2017.

    Written Proposal should include but not limited to the following:

    1. Description of Methods

    2. Outputs

    3. Risk Analysis

    A full TOR will be shared upon request to the email address provided.