Nonprofit

RFP: Review and Advancement of Anti-Racism & Social Justice Practices for AFSC Governance

Remote
Work must be performed anywhere in the world
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Published 10 days ago

Details at a Glance

Job Type
Contract / Freelance
Start Date
September 3, 2024
Application Deadline
July 1, 2024
Education
Other Education Requirement
Salary
USD $10,000 - $100,000 / year
Compensation to be determined through RFP process according to scope of work.

Description

Develop and implement a training program centered on a racial and social equity lens. This will include raising awareness of implicit bias to enhance cultural sensitivity and developing strategies to restore community following conflicts rooted in Quaker abolitionist practice. This initiative can be outlined as follows:

  • Governance Structure and Culture Evaluation: The primary aim is to assess the governance structure, composition, and culture, examining how existing procedures, policies, and the overall culture contribute to either promoting anti-racism or perpetuating racism, with a specific focus on communication, transparency, conflict transformation, and other related aspects.
  • Needs Assessment and Recommendations: The project seeks to identify the specific training needs of Board members based on the evaluation's findings. This includes determining the types of training required and why particular Board members may need them. Additionally, it involves identifying areas where group training sessions can be beneficial.
  • Training Implementation: The project includes the development and delivery of training programs designed to address the identified needs and enhance the capacity of Board members in anti-racism through the lens of Quaker values.
  • Provision of Follow-Up Resources: After the training, the project will offer follow-up resources and materials to support ongoing learning and development. Additionally, it will establish procedures for inducting new governance members into this initiative.
  • Scaling Success: If the initial phase of the project proves successful, based on the Board and Community, Equity, and Justice Board Committee’s (CEJBC) endorsement, the intention is to implement a similar process for the rest of the governance structure, ensuring a consistent and organization-wide commitment to anti-racism and Quaker values.

Develop and implement a training program centered on a racial and social equity lens. This will include raising awareness of implicit bias to enhance cultural sensitivity and developing strategies to restore community following…

Location

Remote
Work must be performed anywhere in the world
Associated Location
1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102, United States

How to Apply

See the full RFP for details.

See the full RFP for details.

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