FARE tender for consultant to help develop the network26 January 2009

FARE, the European anti-discrimination network, has launched an open tender to seek an external consultant who can advise on future development of the network.

Skills, insight and passion needed

If you can demonstrate the skills, insight and passion to help, FARE offers you the satisfaction of knowing you will have made your mark in assisting football take on the challenges of fighting discrimination and promoting equality.

This opportunity to work closely with football fans, European-wide NGO’s and stakeholders of European football comes as the network looks to ensure it is meeting the needs of all stakeholders, is organised to meet funding commitments, and is identifying new areas of activity.

Piara Powar, Director for Kick It Out, a UK member of FARE said: “Collectively FARE’s activities at national and international level, lobbying policy makers and national governments means we are well known across the continent.

European race and equality agendas

“We’re looking to appoint an experienced consultant who can help take us forward. An interest in the game would be helpful, but a grasp of the current issues and debates on the race and equality agendas in Europe and how they relate to football is more important.

“The role will involve undertaking a maximum of 25 days work, which includes travelling to meet key partners. It will be hard but rewarding work the benefits of which you will be able to follow.”

The full tender specification can also be downloaded below. Deadline 13 February 2009.