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The Lesotho National Dialogue of 2018 identified among other things that the politicization of the security sector was an impediment to long-term stability and peace in Lesotho and recommended security sector reforms among other initiatives to achieve to achieve lasting peace and improve the human rights situation in the country.
A joint project by UNDP, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in collaboration with UN Women has been developed entitled “Effective Implementation of Lesotho National Security Sector Reforms for Peacebuilding (NSSRP)” and funded through the United Nations Peace Building Fund to address the concerns identified in the Lesotho National Dialogue process. The project seeks to help establish the minimum conditions for a successful Security Sector Reform in Lesotho through the development and implementation of effective a national security policy and strategic initiatives in line with Lesotho’s international human rights commitments and obligations.
The UN Lesotho is looking for National Consultant to support the development a Human Rights Training Manual and training of trainers for security forces in Lesotho to be used for training the Lesotho Mounted Police Service (LMPS), the Lesotho Defence Force (LDF), Lesotho Correctional Services (LCS) as well as the National Intelligence and Security Service (collectively referred to in this document as Lesotho security forces).
The applications should be sent by e-mail to email@example.com, with the reference: Human Right manual for security forces in Lesotho in subject