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Gender and climate change in the Nordic countries

This procurement procedure is ordered by the Nordic working group of Climate and Air (NKL) within the auspices of the Nordic Council of Ministers. The Ministry of Environment of Denmark is hosting the Secretariat of the NKL-group.

The overall objective of this project is to improve the understanding of how the gender perspective can be implemented and integrated into climate change policies in the Nordic countries.

The project has three specific objectives:

a) to analyse how climate policies affect gender equality and vice versa in the Nordic countries and thereby improve the development of climate policies and integration of a gender perspective into policies and programmes on climate change.

b) to identify what sector inclusion and data are relevant to enable an efficient implementation of gender into climate change policies.

c) to get an overview of participation of women in decision-making processes on climate change.

The main target groups are Nordic governmental officials, including the gender focal points and policy makers that will implement the Paris Agreement nationally. The project results could also be used in the communication work of NKL at UNFCCC COPs and other international climate events.

For further information please observe the attached tender specifications.

Åbn udbudsdetaljer (gældende version 11-02-2021) Luk udbudsdetaljer (gældende version 11-02-2021)
Titel Gender and climate change in the Nordic countries
Dokumenttype Varer og tjenesteydelser med klar grænseoverskridende interesse
Opgavebeskrivelse This procurement procedure is ordered by the Nordic working group of Climate and Air (NKL) within the auspices of the Nordic Council of Ministers. The Ministry of Environment of Denmark is hosting the Secretariat of the NKL-group.

The overall objective of this project is to improve the understanding of how the gender perspective can be implemented and integrated into climate change policies in the Nordic countries.

The project has three specific objectives:

a) to analyse how climate policies affect gender equality and vice versa in the Nordic countries and thereby improve the development of climate policies and integration of a gender perspective into policies and programmes on climate change.

b) to identify what sector inclusion and data are relevant to enable an efficient implementation of gender into climate change policies.

c) to get an overview of participation of women in decision-making processes on climate change.

The main target groups are Nordic governmental officials, including the gender focal points and policy makers that will implement the Paris Agreement nationally. The project results could also be used in the communication work of NKL at UNFCCC COPs and other international climate events.

For further information please observe the attached tender specifications.
Annonceret 11-02-2021 kl. 17.07
Deadline 17-03-2021 kl. 23.55
Udbudstype Udbud under tærskelværdierne
Opgavetype Tjenesteydelser
Tildelingskriterier Bedste forhold mellem pris og kvalitet
Uddybning af tildelingskriterier 1.6.4.1 Award criterion
The supplier is selected on the basis of the award criterion: best price quality ratio (the financially most advantageous tender).

1.6.4.2 Sub-criteria
The evaluation of the financially most advantageous tender will be based on the criteria below with the weighting stated:

a) the coherence of the work plan and methods, that is, the coherence between the objectives (as defined in this request for tenders) and the proposed activities, expected results and budget, incl. coherence of price and time/salary per hour and resources allocated to each activity, including the clarity of methods, innovativeness and suitability of the methods for implementing the task (40%)

b) the knowledge about potential sectors where enhanced Nordic co-operation could contribute to a better understanding of how the gender perspective can be implemented and integrated into climate change policies in the Nordic countries (25%)

c) the general competence and qualifications of project workers as well as their previous experience in the field (25%)

d) the quality and spread of Nordic network, including description of Nordic contacts to be used in the project to cover all Nordic countries within the report (10%)

1.6.4.3 Point model
On evaluation, it is estimated how many points each tender should have for each of the quality sub-criteria, using the following absolute point scale of 1 to 9:

9 Best possible compliance with the criterion
8 Excellent/superior compliance with the criterion
7 Good/highly satisfactory compliance with the criterion
6 Above average compliance with the criterion
5 Average /satisfactory compliance with the criterion
4 Below average compliance with the criterion
3 Less satisfactory compliance with the criterion
2 Inadequate compliance with the criterion
1 No compliance with the criterion or minimum requirements

When the tenders have been received, a specific evaluation will be made of the tenders received, and on this basis it is decided which tenderer has submitted the financially most advantageous tender.
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