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Web Designer

The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law is an independent academic institution, founded in 1984 and affiliated with Lund University in Sweden. The Institute contributes to a wider understanding of and respect for human rights and international humanitarian law. The vision of the Institute is just and inclusive societies with effective realisation of human rights for all. In light of this, the Institute contributes to strengthening structures, systems and mechanisms for the promotion and protection of human rights at all levels in society. RWI has since 1990 been implementing a wide range of human rights capacity development programmes for institutions in developing countries, mainly with the support of Swedish Development Cooperation (Sida). These programmes and projects have primarily targeted state agencies in the field of administration of justice, academic institutions and National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs). RWI’s global thematic focus areas are economic globalisation, inclusive societies, people on the move and fair and efficient justice. For more info, please visit: (www.rwi.lu.se/www.rwi.or.id).


RWI has supported actors in the field of human rights in Asia since the mid-1990s through both bilateral and regional programmes. RWI’s regional cooperation in Asia focused for a long time on strengthening institutional capacities of academic institutions to carry out human rights education and research, and of NHRIs to fulfil their protection and promotion mandates. In recent years, RWI has increasingly focused cooperation in Asia on the field of human rights and the environment, linked to the sustainable development goals.


RWI launched a new regional programme for the Asia Pacific in 2017, entitled “RWI Regional Asia Programme on Human Rights and Sustainable Development 2017-2021” (hereinafter “the programme”) funded by Sida. The programme started with a pilot phase during 2017, aimed to validate and consolidate strategies and partnerships for the implementation phase 2018-2021. The overall programme objective is to contribute to a just, inclusive and sustainable development in the region through mutually reinforcing protection of human rights, gender equality and the environment. The 2020 programming focuses on thematically underpinning activities and promotion and dissemination of interlinkages on human rights, gender equality and the environment, which include


1)Increased capacities among targeted academic institutions in the Asia Pacificregion to mainstream human rights and gender-based approaches todisplacement in the context of disasters and climate change.

2)Improved local stakeholders’ capacities for effective realization and fulfilmentof environment-related human rights, gender equality, and SDGs.

3)Relevant coalitions, networks and collaborations have their knowledge basesstrengthened and expanded on human rights, gender equality, andenvironment.

4)Increased public awareness and discourse of the interlinkages betweenhuman rights, gender equality and environment.


2.Brief Purpose and Description of the Activity

RWI Jakarta office is seeking the services of an individual or a firm to re-design and improve the navigation of RWI RAPP’s website (www.rwi.or.id) to make it more visitor friendly and help to trouble shoot problems related to the website features and interface. The website’s main functions will be to showcase RWI’s Asia Pacific office and disseminate RWI’s publications, research, activities, educational and capacity building work and schedule to stakeholders in the humanitarian and development field.

RWI requires an interactive and appealing website design with reliable navigation and interface for visitors, especially when they browse the publications page. This will be primarily delivered through the website designer’s expertise to suggest and apply effective website design, development and security while in full compliance with RWI’s branding and policy.


For more detailed info please download the TOR below :


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