PROGRAMME EVALUATOR NEEDED

The Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR) is a non-partisan and not-for-profit organisation focused on promoting and protecting human rights in Malaysia. Established in March 2011, the MCCHR carries out two programmes; UndiMsia! (a civic education programme) and strategic litigation.

This year, the MCCHR is carrying out an evaluation of its UndiMsia! programme, in particular the activities that have been implemented from 1 September 2018 to 31 August 2020 under the said programme.

The objectives of the evaluation is to

1) assess whether the activities have achieved the key expected results under the programme,

2) provide a critical analysis of the activities’ strengths and weaknesses

3) provide recommendations to improve its UndiMsia!’s programme so that its mission to strengthen the ownership, participation, and representation of youths on their civic responsibility is achieved effectively.

Please see below the detailed information on the two key expected results, activities carried out under each key expected result and the indicators of success.

Expected Result 4: The availability and accessibility of information for youths is increased.

Year 1 (1 September 2018 – 31 August 2019)

Activity IV.1.1 – Organise three UndiMsiaChats! in local private universities, including getting elected leaders to participate in these discussions.

Activity IV.1.2 – Make information about human rights and democracy available and increase the use of the Resource Centre.

  • Organise UndiMsiaChats! regularly on a topical issue; this could include masterclasses and exchange theatres;
  • Produce and disseminate short ‘Spoken Words’ videos and/or events on selected books available at the Resource Centre.

Activity IV.1.3 – Make basic information about MPs available to urban youth voters.

  • Produce a report card based on responses given my MPs in the MyMP project in the run-up to the next general election.
  • After the general election, populate the MyMP website with information about newly elected MPs.

Year 2 (1 September 2019 – 31 August 2020)

Activity IV.2.1 – Organise two UndiMsiaChats! in local public universities, including getting elected leaders to participate in these discussions.

Activity IV.2.2 – Organise four UndiMsiaChats! in four secondary schools in Malaysia.

Activity IV.2.3 – Make information about human rights and democracy available and increase the use of the Resource Centre.

  • Organise UndiMsiaChats! regularly on a topical issue; this could include masterclasses and exchange theatres.
  • Organise four e-Borak (UndiMsiaChats! online) sessions.
  • Identify four issues on human rights or skills relating to the promotion and protection of human rights;
  • Identify four well-known personalities/ public figures to speak on the identified issues, respectively;
  • Record one promotional video for each e-Borak session;
  • Promote the e-Borak session;
  • Implement the e-Borak session where the speaker will speak for 10 minutes, followed by a 30-minute online discussion.

Expected Result 5: Knowledge and capacities of youths on civic responsibility are reinforced.

Year 1 (1 September 2018 – 31 August 2019)

Activity V.1.1 – Establish three UndiMsia! clubs at three local private universities.

Activity V.1.2 – Carry out Sekolah Aktivisme workshops (including IdolaDemokrasi modules) at each of these UndiMsia! clubs.

  • Conduct a learning needs assessment for at least 10 members of UndiMsia! club;
  • Identify knowledge gaps of members and curate the Sekolah Aktivisme training modules accordingly;
  • Organise three Sekolah Aktivisme workshops;
  • Facilitate participants to develop and conduct their IdolaDemokrasi training workshops.

Activity V.1.3 – Together with members of the UndiMsia! clubs:

  • Appoint a mentor for each UndiMsia! club;
  • Formulate activities for each club including organizing UndiMsiaChats! and engaging with elected leaders;
  • Produce at least one Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) material for each UndiMsia! club;
  • Produce at least one vlog (video log) for each UndiMsia! club.

Activity V.1.4 – Carry out evaluation of each UndiMsia! club.

Year 2 (1 September 2019 – 31 August 2020)

Activity V.2.1 – Establish two UndiMsia! clubs at two local public universities.

Activity V.2.2 – Carry out Sekolah Aktivisme workshops (including IdolaDemokrasi modules) at each of these UndiMsia! clubs.

  • Conduct a learning needs assessment for at least 10 members of UndiMsia! club;
  • Identify knowledge gaps of members and curate the Sekolah Aktivisme training modules accordingly;
  • Organise two Sekolah Aktivisme workshops;
  • Facilitate participants to develop and conduct their IdolaDemokrasi training workshops.

Activity V.2.3 – Together with members of the UndiMsia! clubs:

  • Appoint a mentor for each UndiMsia! club;
  • Formulate activities for each club including organizing UndiMsiaChats! and engaging with elected leaders;
  • Produce at least one Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) material for each UndiMsia! club;
  • Produce at least one vlog (video log) for each UndiMsia! club.

Activity V.2.4 – Carry out evaluation of each UndiMsia! club.

Activity V.2.5 – Implement an Indigenous Fellowship Program (six months).

  • Advertise the Indigenous Fellowship Program and select the most suitable candidate based on an agreed selection criteria;
  • Provide adequate allowance for the selected candidate for six months;
  • Draft a workplan for the selected candidate so that the said candidate is able to learn about management, advocacy, and leadership skills;
  • Carry out an evaluation of the said fellowship.

The evaluation is expected to commence on 1 September 2020 and the evaluation report to be completed by no later than 1 November 2020.

If you are interested and have the capacity and experience of carrying out a programme evaluation, please send your CV, evaluation proposal and fee quotation, to firdaus@mcchr.org no later than 1730hrs, 15 July 2020.

Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism & Human Rights (MCCHR)

Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR) is a non-profit based in Kuala Lumpur with the mission of promoting active democratic participation and human rights awareness.

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