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Invitation To Tender - Drafting Copy For A New Human Rights Education Online Course (MOOC) Focused on Gender Justice

Job type
Amnesty International UK seeks to launch an interactive online course focused on Gender Justice, why it is essential to realise human rights for all.
Salary details
£10,000 Budget
Interview date
W/C 11 03 2024
Contact email


As a global movement of more than 10 million people, Amnesty International is the world's largest grassroots human rights organisation. We investigate and expose abuses, educate and mobilise the public, and help transform societies to create a safer, more just world. We received the Nobel Peace Prize for our life-saving work. Amnesty International UK (AIUK) is a national section of this global movement. We have around half a million supporters, members and activists in the UK.                                           


In 2024 Amnesty International UK will launch a new human rights education online course (MOOC) focused on Gender Justice.

The primary objective of this course is to provide young people and adults – including Amnesty activists - with relevant understanding and knowledge of Gender Justice and why a gender justice approach is essential to realise human rights for all. At a time when progress made for women’s and LGBT’s rights is under threat, learning about gender justice principles will foster attitudes of equality and respect for everyone. Our aim is that it will provide the foundation for learners who wish to go on to develop their skills to take action for gender justice in their respective contexts, whether these are schools, workplaces or activism spaces. 

The course will be designed to run for a maximum of 3 one-hour modules over 3 weeks. Facilitation will be available in the first 3 weeks after launch, and will remain  open for learners to join at any time. 

This course will be interactive with elements of social learning to explore Gender Justice, including critical questions, video clips, engaging examples, and quizzes.


The available budget for this project is £10,000. Please outline the breakdown of your fee and expenses in your tender submission.


Tender submissions should be sent to, outlining your proposed approach to drafting this gender justice MOOC, along with an outline of:

  • Your experience,
  • Key learning questions you think the course could explore, 
  • Content you anticipate will be relevant to meeting the learning needs,
  • How you will make it relevant and participatory for our target audience,
  • A schedule or timeline for the work.

This should be received by 3rd March 2024. With interviews for the role being held on the week commencing the 11th March 2024.

If you would like to discuss this in more detail, please contact the Human Rights Education team:

Gender Justice MOOC Tender.docx