As part of our new campaign on online safety, we want to commission researchers to produce up-to-date evidence on the importance of the issue to the general public through the use of public/national polling.
The Children’s Rights Alliance therefore invites submissions to tender to conduct this public polling research. The researcher(s) will work directly with the Children’s Rights Alliance to co-design the methodology and questions, conduct the research and the data analysis as well as promote the findings through a public launch. The findings will inform campaign activities, messaging and engagement with key stakeholders in the children and youth sector as well as policy makers and legislators.Research is required to assess the extent to which the public consider online safety a national issue and a political priority and to assess the level of support for potential solutions. The findings will enable the campaign to demonstrate support for its key objectives and direct messaging and activities accordingly to ensure the key legislative changes and political commitments needed are delivered over the course of its run.
How to apply
Tenders should be submitted to Tanya Ward, Chief Executive of the Children’s Rights Alliance email@example.com by close of business, Monday 2 August 2021. For further information, please contact Tanya directly on 087 6531069.
See full Call for Tenders attached.