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The International Land Coalition is a coalition of 207 organisations from 64 countries. ILC’s function as a network brings together diverse but complementary efforts, particularly between intergovernmental and civil society organisations. ILC supports its members through its three strategic Objectives: connecting members with each other and with change-makers beyond the Coalition; mobilising members by reinforcing and equipping their efforts with the necessary knowledge, capacity, and opportunities; and influencing governments, their partners, and corporate actors
Members of the International Land Coalition (ILC) in Africa, Latin America and Asia are organized into regional platforms. Each regional platform meets once a year to approve ILC’s priority actions for the region, which are subsequently integrated in ILC’s global work plan. For each regional platform, a light regional coordination unit hosted by a member and headed by a Regional Coordinator supports the implementation of the regional component of the ILC work plan, under the oversight of a regional Steering Committee.
Moreover in 2012, ILC launched a new approach to country-level work (“National Engagement Strategies” – usually referred to as NES) to better serve one of ILC’s main objectives of influencing land-related policies’ formulation and implementation at national level to realize people centered land governance.
Regional and national platforms are becoming more prominent in ILC. In support of the effective functioning and strengthening of the regional and national platforms, a regional contact point is established within the Global ILC Secretariat for each regional platform.
The ILC Secretariat is now seeking two qualified professionals as full time consultant positions for the regional and national engagement support for Africa and Asia within ILC Secretariat.
The consultants will be hired for a eleven month period to:
(a) act as support to the regional coordination;
(b) support regional grant performance and impact assessment;
(c) support cross-regional and inter-members fertilization; and
(d) act as a support to the national engagement strategies implemented in the region of reference
More information and details for application: