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Request for Quote (RFQ) – facilitation for stakeholder consultations

About Our Watch

Our Watch is a national leader in the primary prevention of violence against women and their children. Our vision is an Australia where women and their children live free from all forms of violence. Our role is to stop violence before it starts. We work to embed gender equality and prevent violence where Australians live, learn, work and socialise.  

About the RFQ

This project will build on Our Watch and Women with Disabilities Victoria’s (WDV) Changing the landscape: A national resource to prevent violence against women and girls with disabilities.

Drawing on this evidence base and in consultation with key stakeholders, the project aims to translate this evidence into action by developing a government action plan and capacity-building resources to support governments and practitioners to act to prevent violence against women and girls with disabilities.

The purpose of work is to provide professional services to facilitate stakeholder consultations contributing to the development of a government action plan to prevent violence against women and girls with disabilities drawing from the Changing the landscape evidence base.

Key dates

The closing date for supplier responses is Thursday 6 April 2023.

How to apply

Applicants are required to submit an expression of interest including a cover letter detailing availability, current CV, response to selection criteria (maximum of 3 pages), approach to workshop and consultation and the names and contact details of two referees by close of business Thursday 6 April 2023.

All inquiries and applications should be addressed to Nurul Mahmudah, Senior Policy Advisor Innovation at nurul.mahmudah@ourwatch.org.au.

Selection criteria

1) Experience in designing and delivering consultation processes including facilitation of workshops with non-government stakeholders.

2) Demonstrated experience facilitating inclusive workshops and meetings.

3) Demonstrated experience and understanding of the work of the prevention of violence against women (PVAW), disability rights and gender equality sectors.

4) Demonstrated experience working with diverse communities and taking an intersectional approach to your work.

5) Demonstrated experience undertaking workshop planning and producing clear written reports which include both qualitative and quantitative data.