The Asia-Europe Migration Project was a 2-year project (2013-2014) that explored how migrants in Asia and Europe are received in their new “homes”. It was co-organised by the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) Office for Regional Cooperation in Asia. Utilising the formats of workshops and policy briefings, the project addressed the issues surrounding social policy decisions in both sending and receiving countries, on topics such as protection, integration, employment and identity with regard to migration based on background research on existing immigration and integration policies in Asia and Europe.
With the conclusion of the 2 year project cycle, ASEF would like to review the working methods of the project series to learn how its impact can be improved and its outcomes made more effective. An independent evaluation is to be conducted. The overall purpose of the exercise will be to:
- Assess the project objectives and evaluate the output /outcomes and impact of the project against its stated objectives.
- Assess the implementation arrangements and methodologies in relation to the project’s financial management
- Identify good practices and lessons learnt, while providing recommendations with regard to the project’s future strategy, operation and long-term feasibility.
Interested parties should refer to the attached document for details and send a 1-3 page draft proposal including timeline and quotation of costs, together with their CV and accompanying cover letter demonstrating suitability. Applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Expressions of interest must be received by Friday, 29th April 2016 by 18:00 pm (Singapore time).