NATIONAL CONSULTANT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF REGULATIONS FOR CITIZEN ECONOMIC EMPO

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United Nations Development Programme

Introduction :

Country: Eswatini

 

Description of the Assignment: Development Of Regulations for the Citizen Economic Empowerment Act No. 18 of 2023    


 The Eswatini Citizen Economic Empowerment Act seeks to achieve the following:

  • Empowerment of youth and disadvantaged groups to engage into entrepreneurial activities for employment creation and economic growth.
  • Encourage joint venture and partnerships between domestic businesses and foreign owned businesses on areas of mutual interest.
  • Encourage integration of informal businesses into the MSME sector through predetermined incentives for formalization.
  • Influence service delivery performance, including regular monitoring and feedback on the relevance, quality, and timeliness of services through the Citizen Economic Empowerment Council.
  • Challenge informal norms and behavior that restrict access to services to specific population groups, including the poor, marginalized or religious minorities, and women through the Citizen Economic Empowerment Council.
  • Engage in local planning decisions and convey priorities regarding the type, mix, and quantity of services.
Required Skills and Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in law, with 10 years litigation practice specialized on matters relating to corporate/company law.
  • Or Bachelor’s degree in law with 12 years litigation practice specialized on matters relating to corporate/company law.

SPECIFIC AND GENERAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  • At least 5 years of experience as a legal draughtsman.
  • At least 3 years of previous experience developing regulatory frameworks on similar subject areas or other, and also working closely with government agencies is a requisite.
  • Previous experience in working on access to justice and justice sector reforms.

Period of assignment/services: 80 Working Days (Spread over four months)

 

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Deadline :

14-Jun-24 @ 02:59 PM (New York time)

UNDP-SWZ – SWAZILAND

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