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Call for Consultancy: Online Module Content Development for Whole School Approach to Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (EPSD)
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The UNESCO Myanmar Project Office is looking for international consultants for 'Whole School Approach to EPSD Online Module Content Development in Myanmar'. The contract duration is April 2021 to August 2021 - more details can be found in the Terms of Reference.

Interested applicants are invited to submit the following to the UNESCO Myanmar Project Office ( no later than 17:00 (Yangon time) on 12th March, 2021:

  1. Technical Proposal (referencing “Online Module Content Development- Whole School Approach to EPSD) indicating:
    1. Your understanding of tasks, objectives and coherence;
    2. How your qualifications and experience make you suitable for the assignment;
    3. What approach(es) you would like to carry out the assignment including timeframe for deliverables (Ref no. V);
    4. Detailed CV of the proposed consultant for the assignment giving information about the following:
      1. Title/ designation,
      2. Educational qualifications and professional qualifications,
      3. Past experiences on similar assignments,
      4. Contact details including emails, home and office telephone numbers;
      5. Sample module package (In Digital) as evidence of previous experiences in the area of Peace and Sustainable Development and Whole School Approach in English/Myanmar; and
      6. Two references for services in the areas of module development for e-learning.
  2. Financial Proposal including all the cost to complete the deliverables as required in the Terms of Reference with a detailed cost breakdown in USD (e.g. daily rate , number of days).
Call for Guest Editor: NORRAG Special issue on 'Education in Times of Climate Change'
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NORRAG Special issues (NSI) are an open-source periodical that seeks to give prominence to authors from different countries and with diverse perspectives. Each issue is dedicated to a special topic of education research, policy and practice; education is defined broadly. NSIs include a number of concise articles from diverse perspectives and actors with the aim to bridge the gap between theory and practice as well as advocacy and policy in international education development.  

NORRAG is currently seeking proposals to serve as Guest Editor of a NORRAG Special issue on ‘Education in Times of Climate Change’ to be published by December 2021. The Guest Editor(s) mobilises approximately 25 to 30 authors to contribute relevant and high-quality articles each of about 1500-2000 words; conducts quality control/editorial duties in cooperation with NORRAG; writes the editorial; and leads an online launch event. NORRAG provides an honorarium of 7,000 Swiss francs, extensive communications and event support and confirms quality control and content review. 

Previous proposals and calls for papers should be used as a model for proposals: NSI06, NSI05, NSI04, NIS03, NSI02. While it would be useful to include an indication of relevant authors that will be invited to contribute, the Guest Editor also considers all submissions to an open call for papers on the theme. NSI is produced by NORRAG and is supported by the Open Society Foundations (OSF) and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). Previous NORRRAG Special Issues may be viewed here.

Applications are to be sent to by 14 February, 2021.  


Vacancies: Sustainability Knowledge Community (SKC)
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Calling all higher education sustainability professionals – NASPA's Sustainability Knowledge Community (SKC) is looking for passionate individuals to serve in vacant positions on their Executive Board. The Sustainability Knowledge Community is an international organisation of student affairs scholars and practitioners charged with the advancement of environmental justice education on college campuses. Their vision is to see sustainability embedded within student affairs through policy, dialogue, and student engagement. Three Regional Representative positions are currently open: Regions III (Southeast US [Texas to Virginia], Bermuda, Bulgaria, Jamaica, Kenya, South Africa, and Taiwan), Region IV-East (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Ontario, and Wisconsin), and Region VI (Arizona, Australia, California, Guam, Hawaii, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore). Any questions can be directed to the SKC'S Co-Chair Elect, Shea Alevy, at and more information can be found here.

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The ESD team at UNU-IAS is looking for a new Programme Assistant. 

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The ESD Team at UNU-IAS is looking for a Senior Programme Associate to coordinate the overall work of the ESD Project including the day-to-day management as well as programme outreach, event coordination, and budget management. Deadline has been extended to 31 March, 2017.

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The Executive Director will have the following responsibilities: Overall management of programs, operations and facilities of Tongyeong Education Foundation for Sustainable Development and of RCE Tongyeong Sejahtera Forest Contribute to strengthening Asia Pacific Sejahtera Network and Sejahtera Centre for RCEs in Asia Pacific to serve as regional platform for education for sustainable development. Coordinate partnership within and out of Tongyeong, including government, schools and civil groups, and expand networks and partnership with related organizations at domestic and international level. More information can be found here.
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Jobs and internships in the field of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services.