PRI is coordinating a project funded by the European Union’s Justice Programme titled PRI Alt Eur: Promoting non-discriminatory alternatives to imprisonment across Europe. The project, conducted jointly with the Hungarian Helsinki Committee (HHC) and the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra (UC), examines the current use of non-custodial sentencing measures across European Union member states and particularly in the projects’ two focus countries, Hungary and Portugal, with a focus on the impacts of the application and implementation of alternative sanctions on minority groups and those left uniquely vulnerable due to specific personal or background characteristics or circumstances.
The project consortium is seeking an independent evaluator or team of evaluators to undertake a comprehensive evaluation of a newly developed alternative measure to be piloted in Portugal.
The evaluation is expected to commence at the time of implementation of the piloted measure(s), in January 2022 or shortly thereafter, and conclude after the pilot period ends in August 2022.
For full details, see the Terms of Reference.
Submission of proposals
The proposal from individuals/companies shall contain the following sections:
- CV of evaluator(s);
- 3-4 page proposal outlining how the assignment will be tackled as well as a budget breakdown and proposed work schedule;
- Names and contact details of two references;
- Example of two evaluation reports conducted recently on relevant projects or using similar methods;
- In case of companies, registration document of the legal entity and a portfolio containing information about similar projects and staff resumes.
Please send completed proposals to Ms Tanja Dejanova, Project Coordinator Alternatives to Imprisonment in Europe at email@example.com by 24 January 2022.