We are looking for a freelance researcher to help us build a database on arts & homelessness projects and individual artists in the Global South.
This opportunity is open to a researcher or a small group of researchers who can devote considerable time to this task over a short period of 4 months (from the end of January 2021 to early June 2021).
You will need to demonstrate a proven track record in research, mapping, and synthesising findings from multiple programmes, experience working in arts and social justice and willingness to collaborate with people with lived experience of homelessness.
This piece of research is part of a five-year project, in partnership with the British Council and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, to develop the arts and homelessness sector in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Oceania.
Salary: Up to £12,500 + VAT
Deadline to apply: Sunday 10th January 2021 (midnight)
All interviews will be held online during the week commencing 18th January 2021. The panel will include representatives from Arts & Homelessness International and British Council. The successful candidate will be invited to an induction meeting on 26th January 2021.
The full person specification, research brief, and information on how to apply are attached below. Kindly fill up the equality and diversity monitoring form when applying to this job. These forms are anonymous and help us check that we are fulfilling our equalities opportunities duty.