Redesigning Aid Apprenticeship Programme
Equity- Based EiE Consulting
We recognise that there a huge barriers for people with lived experiences of humanitarian crises to gain access to consultancy opportunities, speaking panels, and to publish their research.
As an organisation, we cannot highlight inequities without also thinking about how we can contribute towards shifting power in aid.
Research Associate Apprenticeship 2022
In 2022 Equity Based EIE Consulting launched the Research Associates Apprenticeship programme.
Our vision is for research associates to use the skills, learning and exposure to continue to gain meaningful employment and engagement in redesigning and delivering aid. We are building the team of research associates , aiming to bring on board five apprentices by the end of 2022
Over the course of the apprenticeship, research associates will learn our signature approaches to co-designing programmes and socially - orientated research and methods. We will also learn from them as well, as research associates bring incredible skills, insights, experience and knowledge to how aid needs to be redesigned.
A proportion of our revenue from our paid courses will go towards our research associates higher education tuition fees, as well as renumeration for their participation in course delivery, alongside possibilities for them to collaborate on other consultancy and strategic work.
More information on how to apply coming soon!
Our Research Associates
Marwan, originally from the Nuba mountains is based in Juba, South Sudan.
He has a decade of experience teaching primary and secondary education in urban and refugee camp settings in Kenya and South Sudan.
He is passionate about teachers in humanitarian contexts, and themes around identity and belonging in forced migration.
Marwan speaks English, Kiswahili, Arabic and Achurun.
He holds a bachelor degree in Public Administration and Management as a diploma in leadership and management.
Marwan will start his MA in Research and Public Policy at the University of Juba this year.