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Jobs and Consultancies

The Freedom Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply for the positions listed below.


Request for proposals: Legal needs assessment

Application deadline: 26 May 2022

The Freedom Fund is seeking to develop its understanding of the legal (judicial and non-judicial) assistance and services provided by our implementing partners to persons affected by or at risk of forced labour, capacity of partners and understand areas for improvement. We seek a consultant to undertake needs assessments of five (5) implementing partner organisations and document findings and recommendations in a written report. The needs assessments will require visits to implementing partner offices and project locations, as well as interviews with partner staff, program beneficiaries and other relevant stakeholders, such as lawyers, as required.

Request for proposals: Designing a program to strengthen the role of local groups in corporate accountability strategies in south-east Asia

Application deadline: 2 June 2022

The Freedom Fund is seeking a partner organisation to define and develop a new project to support frontline NGOs and activists to identify and implement corporate accountability strategies to address forced labour in global supply chains, with an initial focus on south-east Asia. The goal of the project is to increase the number, diversity and connectivity of frontline groups pursuing accountability-focused interventions, with the long-term objective of strengthening the global case pipeline to secure justice for forced labour.

Safeguarding consultant, Indonesia

Application deadline: 6 June 2022

The Freedom Fund is seeking a highly skilled Safeguarding Specialist, with experience in developing and implementing organizational safeguarding policies and reporting/response procedures. The aim of this consultancy is to build the capacity on Safeguarding of the Freedom Fund implementing partners and related procedures in Indonesia. This work builds on the recommendations coming out of the due diligence conducted on the Freedom Fund’s new Indonesia partners.

Request for proposal: Technical assistance – Child-led advocacy to address exploitation of child domestic workers in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Application deadline: 7 June 2022

The Freedom Fund seeks a technical assistance (TA) provider to support the development of child-led advocacy approaches to support the rights of child domestic workers (CDWs) in Ethiopia. The assistance provided will work with current and former CDWs to identify key messages, provide training to current and former CDWs to assist them in being effective and confident advocates, and collaborate with local partners to develop and implement an advocacy strategy.

Request for proposals: Tariff Act Legal Fund

Application deadline: 10 June 2022

The Tariff Act Legal Fund provides grants of up to US$50,000 to civil society organisations to gather evidence linking forced labour practices with goods imported into the United States. Our goal is to support civil society to utilise section 307 of the US Tariff Act to build pressure on businesses to improve human and labour rights standards in global supply chains. In total, our goal is to support ten investigations over the next two years.

Request for proposals: Technical assistance – Manual and activity development for meaningful engagement of employers’ children in promoting Child Domestic Workers (CDW) rights

Application deadline: 10 June 2022

The Freedom Fund seeks a technical assistance provider to support the design and development of an intervention to engage children of those employing child domestic workers. In consultation with local implementing partners, the consultant/consultancy team will lead in developing an approach for meaningful engagement of employers’ children and design of creative materials to be used.

Request for proposals: Research Service – Evaluation of a Reintegration Program in Ethiopia for Former Domestic Workers Repatriated from Lebanon

Application deadline: 13 June 2022

The Freedom Fund seeks to evaluate the post-intervention effectiveness of a project that reintegrates Ethiopian women who have left domestic work in Lebanon, many of whom have been traumatised by exploitative conditions. The research ultimately aims to quantify the effect of the reintegration program on the extent of successful reintegration (mentally, physically, socially, and financially), rather than simply reunification of returnees and their families


The Freedom Fund is committed to the importance of meaningful survivor inclusion and leadership. As such, particular consideration will be given to applicants with lived experience of trafficking and/or forms of modern slavery.

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