Mapping of Organizations and Their Due Diligence Processes
Mission and objectives
The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme contributes to peace and development through volunteerism worldwide. We work with partners to integrate qualified, highly motivated and well supported UN Volunteers into development programming and promote the value and global recognition of volunteerism. UNV’s Online Volunteering service was launched in the year 2000 and allows organizations and volunteers to team up to address sustainable development challenges – anywhere in the world, from any device. Online volunteering is simple, universal – and most of all, effective. Since then it has enabled thousands of organizations worldwide to receive volunteer support over the Internet, and hundreds of thousands of Online Volunteers to utilize their skills, expertise and experience to support their efforts. UNV's Online Volunteering offers: - A global platform for organizations and Online Volunteers to connect - An easy-search database of Online Volunteer assignments - Access to online volunteering experiences, best practices and lessons learned - Tools to manage volunteers’ and organizations’ online collaboration - The possibility for volunteers and organizations to expand their networks - The advantage of the universal reach and impartiality of the United Nations
For more than 20 years, UNV has supported UN partners, governments, and civil society organizations (CSOs) through its Online Volunteering (OV) service. The service is provided free of charge to all eligible organizations and allows them to connect with volunteers from around the world to team up and tackle sustainable human development challenges. To ensure collaborations enabled through the OV service stay within the universal reach and neutrality of the United Nations, UNV requires non-UN entities to have undergone a due diligence clearance by either the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) or UN country teams (see our eligibility criteria for organizations under: https://explore.unv.org/ov-eligibility). To allow more CSOs to register on our platform and benefit from the OV service and overall offer, we would like to engage Online Volunteers to explore further options for due diligence clearance.
We are looking for 4 online volunteers to support the UNV Online Volunteering Service Team in identifying possible regional organizations and unions and their due diligence or specific processes they use in order to register or partner with a Civil Society Organization (CSO) within the region. This is going to be a mapping exercise. Online Volunteers will conduct the mapping of the assigned organization/union and are expected to fill in necessary information in an Excel document including the information on the CSO and its due diligence processes. Online Volunteers will be requested to join two meetings with UNV Online Volunteering Service Team members (one at the beginning of the task, one towards the end – exact date & time to be communicated later) where they will be reporting their findings and having the opportunity to ask questions and exchange ideas. Online Volunteers will be asked to support on this assignment starting from January 2023 (exact date & time to be communicated later with shortlisted/selected candidates).
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