INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

Regulatory Review ‘Towards a Standalone law on Sextortion in Jurisprudence: Issues to Consider for Zimbabwe.’
Deadline: 22 August 2022 (4pm)

TIZ carries out research to advance knowledge in the area of corruption, anti-corruption and governance in Zimbabwe through its Research and Information Unit (RIU). The organisation believes that professionally generated applied research is the basis for knowledge and information management on corruption related issues including research-based advocacy. Such research assists in governance planning, social and economic development, and investment planning for private and public sector projects, local and international organizations. This call is therefore meant to support TI Z’s ongoing activities of analysing the state of corruption in Zimbabwe in line with specific themes..


Local NGO- Remuneration Framework

Deadline: 18 August 2022 (COB)
Duration of Assignment: 10 working Days
Reports to: The Executive Director

A local NGO is seeking the services of a consultant to review, determine and develop the organisation’s general framework on staff remuneration; The objective of the framework is to ensure members of the organisation are provided with appropriate incentives to encourage, enhance performance and rewarded for their individual contribution to the success of the organisation.


National Bribe Payers Index

This report presents the findings of the National Bribes Payers Index (NBPI) study conducted by Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ) from April-July 2021. The study aims to ex-plore the dynamics of bribery within the public sector and gain insights on the public’s per-ceptions of existing gaps and opportunities in the fight against corruption. The study applied the Human Security and Good Governance analytical frameworks.


INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

A Diagnostic Assessment of Corruption in The Tertiary Education Sector In Zimbabwe.
Deadline: 26 July 2022 (4pm)

TIZ carries out research to advance knowledge in the area of corruption, anti-corruption and governance in Zimbabwe through its Research and Information Unit (RIU). The organisation believes that professionally generated applied research is the basis for knowledge and information management on corruption related issues including research-based advocacy. Such research assists in governance planning, social and economic development, and investment planning for private and public sector projects, local and international organizations. This call is therefore meant to support TI Z’s ongoing activities on carrying out annual studies on the state of corruption in Zimbabwe.

 
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