Support on Mapping Social Protection Responses to COVID-19's Crisis in Iran

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IPC-IG - UNDP International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth

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Application deadline 2 years ago: Friday 25 Jun 2021 at 04:00 UTC

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IPC-IG is looking for online volunteers to search for official documents and/or other reliable sources concerning social protection responses – social assistance, social insurance and labour market – to the COVID-19’s crisis in Iran. Selected candidates must be available to start working immediately.

  • COVID-19 Response
  • Other emergency management experience

    This research will feed a mapping of social protection responses to the COVID-19’s crisis in North Africa and the Middle East. Online volunteers must have independent access to a laptop and internet. They will work remotely at a time and location of their convenience, subject to the deadlines set, and will receive a certificate of appreciation for their contributions. The IPC-IG is a joint project of the United Nations Development Programme and the Brazilian Government to facilitate South-South Cooperation on key development issues. The IPC-IG’s mandate is to promote the production and dissemination of studies and policy recommendations, the exchange of best practices in development initiatives and the expansion of South-South cooperation.

  • Volunteers: 1 needed

  • 11-20 hours per week / 8 weeks

    All candidates must be fluent in Farsi and English. Mark clearly which languages you are fluent in. Background on political science, development studies or other correlated area is highly desirable. Previous experience in social protection and in undertaking online research are considered an advantage. Upload your CV in English

  • Iran (Islamic Republic of)

  • English, Persian
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