A. Introduction
Women’s International Peace Centre seeks expressions of Interest from dynamic and highly
skilled individuals to edit our 55th edition of Women’s World magazine, a publication that
reflects on the implementation of the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda. The
publication will comprise papers/articles on the progress of the implementation of United
Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 in Burundi, the Democratic Republic of
Congo (DRC) and South Sudan.
The Consultant will be required to maintain the highest standards of integrity and
intellectual inquiry and will offer comments to improve the draft product for the final

B. Background
The Peace Centre started out in 1974 as Isis-Women’s International Cross Cultural Exchange
(Isis-WICCE), a global resource centre for women human rights defenders to document and
disseminate women’s own experiences, concerns and ideas for ending gender inequality. In
1994, we moved from Geneva to Uganda, carving out the niche of women, peace and
security. The Peace Centre uses its own WEAVE model to catalyse women’s power for peace
by integrating research, documentation, holistic healing, skills and movement building as
well as advocacy.
Women’s International Peace Centre (The Peace Centre) works with partners in
conflict-affected settings and with regional institutions in Africa and Asia to ensure that
women not only powerfully contribute to peace building processes and results, but also
transform these spaces to be more gender inclusive and gender responsive.
C. Overall Objective
The objective of the assignment is to revise the material of the publication in a way that
does not change the original intention of the Peace Centre, and ensure that the magazine
fulfils its aims and serves the readers, in line with the Peace Centre’s ideals.
D. Terms of Reference
● Critically analyse and flag areas for improvement in the submitted papers/articles.
● Edit the content of and proofread the papers/articles, checking for plagiarism, spelling,
punctuation and grammar.
● Propose a suitable structure and ensure logical flow of the publication.
● Support the Peace Centre by promoting the publication wherever possible.
E. Expected Deliverables
● A well-edited Women’s World Magazine.
F. Timeline
The duration of the assignment is 15 working days from the date of signing the contract.
G. Experience and Skills
1. A Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Information Management, Education in
English or Literature, Journalism or any relevant field
2. Knowledge and understanding of WPS, Gender, Peace and Conflict Resolution,
Mediation and Reconciliation is an added advantage.
3. At least 6 years of editorial experience
4. Strong research and excellent communication skills
5. High level of written and analytical skills
6. High level of efficiency, with excellent time management and administrative
skills, and the ability to work to continual deadlines
7. Excellent organisational skills
H. Application Guidelines
Expression of Interest including CVs, budget and method of work can be submitted by email to
editorialboard@wipc.org by Friday 30th September 2022. Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.


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