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Date(s) - 17/07/2024


The International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) is a treaty-based intergovernmental organization with Headquarters in The Hague, the Netherlands. Its mandate is to secure the cooperation of governments and others in locating missing persons from conflict, human rights abuses, disasters, organized crime, irregular migration and other causes and to assist them in doing so. It is the only international organization tasked exclusively to work on the issue of missing persons.

ICMP seeks an evaluator (national or international) to undertake a remote final evaluation of its project, ‘Assisting Libya in Establishing an Inclusive and Rule-of-Law based Process to Account for Missing Persons.’ The project, covering an implementation period from September 2021 to October 2024, aimed to present an integrated action to assist Libyan authorities and others in locating and identifying missing persons using advanced forensic techniques, building a foundation for rule-of-law institutions that successfully and impartially investigate missing persons cases to international standards, and enabling families of the missing and other civil society actors to engage in a sustainable and rule-of-law-based missing persons process. Please find the full terms of reference of this consultancy here and also attached.

Interested applicants should submit their completed applications, including the following documents to this online application:

  • A one to two-page technical proposal that outlines the approach and methods to be applied, proposed time frame, work plan, and any comments to the ToR HERE;
  • CV and cover letter, outlining the consultant’s experience in similar work;
  • Evidence/sample of related previous consultancy reports/evaluations; and,
  • Budget proposal. ICMP has a maximum budget of USD 5,000 for this evaluation.

The deadline for applications is 17 July 2024 and an estimated start date of 1 August 2024.