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Invitation to Tender: Evaluation of the Feminist Communities for Climate Justice (FCCJ) project.

Published: Thursday, April 18, 2024


The National Women’s Council (NWC) and Community Work Ireland (CWI) are seeking a suitably qualified evaluator(s) to undertake the evaluation of the Feminist Communities for Climate Justice (FCCJ) project.

About The Project

Women and marginalised communities are disproportionately more affected by the climate crisis and its impacts in Ireland and globally. Our project equips those most impacted with the knowledge and resources to recognise and respond to the climate crisis while highlighting the differential impacts on women, girls, and marginalised communities domestically. Feminist Communities for Climate Justice is focused on;

  • amplifying, reflecting, and responding to the voices of women and marginalised communities most affected by the climate crisis 
  • advocating and influencing policy with women and marginalised communities 
  • mobilising the collective efforts of grassroots organisations via the Feminist Communities for Climate Justice National Network to ensure equal rights, opportunities, and meaningful inclusion for all in local and broader climate emergency decision-making action 
  • and training those working with or active within women’s and marginalised groups and communities, via the delivery of the NUI Level 7 Community Work in a Changing Ireland Certificate Programme in partnership with the Department of Applied Social Studies at NUI Maynooth, developing toolkits for communities and community workers. 

Find out more about the invitation to tender here

Proposals should be submitted for the attention of Collette McEntee collettemce@nwci.ie, marked Feminist Communities for Climate Justice External Evaluation by close of business on Monday 27th May 2024.