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Request for Proposal – Event
Organizer for PUBLIC DISCUSSION AND MEDIA BRIEFING:
rights to food and promoting the sustainable agriculture”
Oxfam in Indonesia is implementing a project
on the rights to food until next three years. The impact that we are seeking
with ‘Right to Food’ is for women, men and children living in poverty
to realise their rights to food.
For this to happen a more just food system
is required, that sustainably addresses the needs and aspirations of small-scale
food producers, agricultural workers and vulnerable communities. The long
term outcome is for small-scale food producers and agricultural workers,
particularly women and their communities, to benefit from local, national
and global public and private sector policies that protect and promote
their prosperity and resilience.
This idea is in line with global program named
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs, especially number 2 mentioned
clearly about zero hunger which is aiming to end all forms of hunger and
malnutrition by 2030, making sure all people – especially children and
the more vulnerable – have access to sufficient and nutritious food all
year round. This involves promoting sustainable agricultural practices:
improving the livelihoods and capacities of small scale famers, allowing
equal access to land, technology and markets.
If done right, agriculture, forestry and fisheries
can provide nutritious food for all and generate decent incomes, while
supporting people-centred rural development and protecting the environment.
Based on that, Oxfam in Indonesia is planning
to conduct a public discussion and media briefing to disseminate the program
and also to build a bridge between public through media agencies with stakeholders
on the rights to food.
The objectives for the public discussion
and media briefing are:
introduce the Oxfam in Indonesia program on the rights to food to policy
makers, journalist, youth and other interested parties;
encourage interested parties to participate in the rights to food works;
create a dialogue space between society with the duty bearers and rights
This campaign is targeting medias/journalists
and policy makers.
The speakers are:
Budi (Head of Indonesian Food Security Body – BKP) Government’s
programs on the rights to food and it’s challenges;
Malik (Senior Technical Advisor SDGs – UNDP) Zero Hunger and Indonesian
context: how to achieve the goal;
Widiastuti (Economic Justice Program Director – Oxfam) The women’s
rights to food and sustainable agriculture: promoting access to land and
security of tenure;
Ayunda (Public figure – artist) Youth and food.
This activity will be conducted by a hired
TIME AND VENUE
The event will be conducted on October 9th
2016 in Jakarta (venue tbc)
Submitted documents for preliminary
phase will be evaluated against the following criteria:
including CV, portfolio and work plan for this event
budget allocation for overall assignments and resources
Documents should be submitted electronically
by Friday, 30 September 2016 at the latest to firstname.lastname@example.org
with Event Organizer for Public Discussion and Media Briefing Event
as the subject of your email.
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