ECPAT International is a global network of organisations working together for the elimination of the sexual exploitation of children (SEC) in all its manifestations i.e. exploitation of children in prostitution, online child sexual exploitation, sale and trafficking of children for sexual purposes, sexอual exploitation of children in travel and tourism and some forms of child, early and forced marriage. The ECPAT Network currently consists of 122 members working at national and local levels in 104 countries. The Secretariat office of ECPAT International is based in Bangkok, Thailand.
VOICES OF SURVIVORS PROJECT
In late 2020, ECPAT International entered into a partnership with the WePROTECT Global Alliance to conduct research that puts the voices of survivors of online child sexual exploitation at the forefront of the response to this problem. The project aims to directly engage with survivors to ensure their perspectives on solutions are clearly represented. These perspectives must ultimately also be translated into strategy, policy and action by policy makers, service providers and law enforcement. The project used best-practice methods, established by ECPAT International, to engage with victims and survivors of online child sexual exploitation, as well as with frontline workers currently supporting these young people. The project is being implemented in three countries in Latin America and three in Eastern Europe. The two main research activities under the project were: conversations with young survivors of online child sexual exploitation and abuse (7-10 per country) and a survey with up to 100 frontline workers in each country.
Findings from these activities are being compiled in a global report, national reports and briefing papers. Dissemination of reports and briefing papers targets a wide range of individuals and entities, including decision makers, the general public and the media.
For this purpose, ECPAT International is seeking to contract services for the development of the design and lay-out of the reports and briefing papers. With this Request for Proposals ECPAT aims to receive proposals from interested parties for carrying out the services of design and lay-out.
Key areas of responsibility
1. Initial Design : develop initial design approach for 1) global report; 2) national report; and 3) briefing paper within supplied branding and style guidelines. Present two design options for each type of publication. Accommodate two rounds of feedback from the ECPAT Team. Please note that the design stage does not include the artwork for the reports’ covers, which will be provided by ECPAT’s in-house designer.
The Global Report, the national reports and the briefings papers include graphics showing results from conducted survey as well as quotes from the conversations with survivors.
2. Layout of the following publications
- Global Report (one report, approximately 60 pages)
- National reports (6 reports, approximately 60-70 pages each)
- Briefing papers (12 briefings papers, approximately 5-7 pages each)
The Global Report, the national reports and 6 briefings papers will be in English language. The remaining 6 briefing papers will be in Spanish (3 briefings), Romanian (1 briefing), Albanian (1 briefing), Bosnian (1 briefing).
3. Finalisation : following lay-out, include modifications after two rounds of feedback by the ECPAT team, including text editing.
All reports will be published on ECPAT’s and WPGA’s websites.
Hard copy reports might be disseminated as suitable for events and conferences and targeted audiences. Hence, reports should be formatted in a printer ready version that can be sent to printing agencies in various locations in the world. Reviews and a final test print shall be part of the terms of reference for the accepting party.
Ideally, the designer should be using the Adobe Suite. At the completion of each report a package should be shared including source files for design elements included in the report, such as infographics/graphics.
DELIVERABLES : DUE DATE
Three sets of design proposals (2 designs options for each of the 3 publication types): 10 September 2021 (ECPAT to provide feedback and selection within a week)
Layout of 6 national reports (including 2 rounds of feedback by the ECPAT Team):17 September 2021 – 30 November 2021 (Staggered approach with timeline to be agreed with ECPAT Team)
Layout of 12 briefings papers (including 2 rounds of feedback by the ECPAT Team) : 17 September 2021 – 30 November 2021 (Staggered approach with timeline to be agreed with ECPAT Team)
Layout of global report (including 2 rounds of feedback by the ECPAT Team) : November 2021
Management and Reporting Arrangements
The Consultant will report to the Project Coordinator for the Voices of Survivors Project and work in collaboration with other members of the research and communications team.
- This is a home-based position; the consultant will work from home.
- The Consultant is expected to act at all times in a manner consistent with the values of ECPAT International and in compliance with the organisation’s policies and procedures including Child Safeguarding Policy and the Staff Code of Conduct.
How to apply
- Expression of interest: please send CV/experience of involved professional/s, sample work of professionals/s, a breakdown of proposed fee-calculations for the services in USD, and payment conditions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please mention in the subject header: your name and “VoS Designer”
Deadline: 25 August 2021