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  • Human Solutions Consulting – Geneva Evaluations, Strategies and Advice in Development, Humanitarian Action & Human Rights Stéphane Jeannet Nationality: Swiss | Date of birth: 1 July 1966 E-mail: stephane@hsconsulting.ch | Website : http://www.hsconsulting.ch/ Human Solutions Consulting: Micheli-du-Crest 2, 1205 Geneva Office: +41 22 300 44 34 | +41 22 300 03 34 | Mobile: +41 78 676 17 66 | Skype: sjeannet PROFILE Summary Stéphane Jeannet has over 18 years of international professional experience in the fields of human rights, development and humanitarian affairs. He holds a Master’s Degree in Law (LL.M.) in International Human Rights Law from the University of Essex and a MA from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva. He also received training in evaluation and management at the universities of Harvard, Ulster and Geneva (IUED). Stéphane Jeannet has held positions as a human rights officer and investigator for the United Nations (OHCHR and DPA) and as a legal adviser and protection delegate for the ICRC. He represented ICRC in a number of negotiations at the United Nations. Since 2001 he has completed 61 contracts as a consultant and has carried out 39 evaluations of projects, programmes and organisations, mostly as team/project leader. He has also coached the development of strategies for several organisations. His recent work has concerned mainly human rights, access to justice, governance and communication. He is also experienced in issues related to international security. He has conducted 70 missions covering 42 developing/transition countries – see list on p. 7. Mission Human Solutions Consulting – Geneva has for mission to offer pluridisciplinary and creative services to donors, international organisations and NGOs. Its aim is to contribute to more effective and efficient policies, strategies and management of projects and organisations. Services  Evaluation, monitoring, fact-finding  Strategy and policy formulation  Advice, coaching and backstopping
  • Human Solutions Consulting – Geneva Fields of  Human rights and humanitarian law expertise  Rights-based approach  Protection of children, child labour  Access to justice, legal aid and juvenile justice  Empowerment of minorities; refugees  Governance – political analysis; participation and empowerment  Capacity building/development  Advocacy, lobbying, negotiation and networking  Fact-finding and investigation ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS University Harvard University, Business School & Kennedy School of Government, Performance Measurement for Effective Management of Non-profit Organizations (executive education) Graduate Institute of Development Studies, IUED (Geneva), Budgetary and Financial Management of Development Projects (executive education) University of Ulster & UN University, INCORE Summer School, Evaluation and Impact Assessment of Peacebuilding Projects (executive education) University of Essex (UK), Master’s Degree in Law (LL.M.) in International Human Rights Law – Foreign Office Sir Winston Churchill Scholar Åbo Akademi University (Finland), Diploma, Advanced Course, Protection of Human Rights Graduate Institute of International Studies (IUHEI) and University of Geneva, Masters’ Degree in International Relations Secondary Superior Commercial School (Neuchâtel, Switzerland), socio-economic Diploma Vianney High School (St. Louis, MO, USA), Diploma – Second Honours CONSULTING EXPERIENCE November 2009 Geneva Call, Consultant (management) On behalf of the Board, review the structure and decision-making processes. Oct.-Nov 2009 International Labour Organisation (ILO), Consultant (evaluator) Albania, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Moldova, Final Evaluation of the IPEC project Trafficking and other Worst Forms of Child Labour in Romania, Ukraine Central and Eastern Europe, funded by the US Department of Labor. Sept.-Oct. 2009 Swiss Federal Dept. of Foreign Affairs – Political Division IV, Consultant (strategy) DRC, Rwanda and Kenya Exploratory mission to identify entry points for Political Division IV in terms of peace-building. July 2009 Swisspeace - Mediation Support Project (MSP), Consultant (coach) Coach the preparation of an evaluation workshop. June 2009 Swiss Federal Dept. of Foreign Affairs – Political Division IV, Consultant (evaluator) Cambridge, MA New York Evaluation of the Harvard Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research. April 2009 Amnesty International (Switzerland), Consultant (M&E backstopping) Brief advice on a monitoring and evaluation system for AI’s Human Rights Relief Programme. April – May 2009 Swiss Federal Dept. of Foreign Affairs – Political Division IV, Consultant (evaluator) Vietnam Evaluation of the Human Rights Dialogue between Switzerland and Vietnam 2005-2009. CV of S. Jeannet, Page 2 of 8
  • Human Solutions Consulting – Geneva April 2009 Swedish Agency for Internat. Development Cooperation, Consultant (evaluator, strategy) Haiti Member of the Swedish Institute for Public Administration’s team for the review of Swedish Development Cooperation in Haiti 1998-2009 – Human Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law. Jan 2009 United Nations Development Programme, UNDP, Consultant (evaluator) Ghana Team Leader (3 experts), Outcome Evaluation, Access to Justice and Human Rights. December 2008 International Labour Organisation (ILO), Consultant (evaluator) Mali Mid-term evaluation of the Mali Time-Bound Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour. October 2008 Danish Institute for Human Rights, Consultant (evaluator) Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda Team Leader, evaluation and development analysis of the Rwandan Legal Aid Forum. Sep – Dec 2008 International Centre for Transitional Justice (ICTJ), Consultant (evaluator) USA (New York), Colombia, Evaluate ICTJ’s Prosecutions Programme – technical assistance to, or monitoring and policy- Lebanon driven analysis of, efforts to prosecute perpetrators of mass atrocities. July 2008 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Consultant (project appraisal) Appraised for SDC offers to implement the Swiss Access to Justice Programme in Tajikistan. June – July 2008 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator) Pakistan Team Leader, evaluation of UNICEF’s Child and Adolescents Protection Programme. May 2008 Fondation Hirondelle (FH) – Media for Peace and Human Dignity, Consultant (evaluator) Congo (DRC) Team Leader, evaluation of Radio Okapi, a joint project of FH and MONUC. April 2008 International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Consultant (evaluator) 8 countries in Eastern Europe Team Leader (5 experts), evaluation of all ICRC prevention programmes in Eastern Europe and Central Asia and Central Asia. Feb – April 2008 Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining , Consultant (coach, strategy) Facilitate the development of a new strategy for GICHD. Feb – April 2008 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator, strategy) Syria Team Leader, assessment mission to identify strategic entry points in the justice sector. Oct 07 – Apr 08 International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Consultant (evaluator) Costa Rica, Hungary, Kenya, Team Leader, evaluation of the ICRC's Programme for National Implementation of International Malaysia, Mexico, Humanitarian Law – ten years of promotion of IHL treaty ratification and implementation Morocco, Russia, globally. The Team included Prof. Peter Leuprecht and Dr. Stuart Maslen. South Africa Nov 2007 Centre for African Studies, University of Basel, Lecturer, jointly with the Basel Institute on Governance – Human Rights and Accountability in African States: a Citizen’s Perspective. Oct – Dec 2007 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (strategy) Support SDC in formulating its Western Balkans Regional Police Reforms Programme. Jul – Nov 2007 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – Political Division IV, Consultant (strategy) Geneva, USA (Harvard and Feasibility study for the project Discussion of humanitarian policies and activities at the United New York) Nations: Database & Analysis. Research on the potential of Wikipedia. CV of S. Jeannet, Page 3 of 8
  • Human Solutions Consulting – Geneva Jun – Sept 2007 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator, strategy) Jordan Observe the evaluation of the project “Strengthening the legislative and institutional capacity of the juvenile justice system in Jordan” of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. May 2007 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator, strategy) Rwanda In the framework of the MoU between Switzerland and Rwanda, evaluated (for the third time) the contributions of Rwanda to the promotion of peace and stability in the region, human rights, good governance, reconciliation and justice. March – June 2007 Swedish Agency for Internat. Development Cooperation, Consultant (evaluator, strategy) Nigeria, Sweden Member of the team of the Swedish Institute for Public Administration (SIPU) for the external evaluation of the Swedish development cooperation strategy for West Africa (2004-2006). March – May 2007 International Commission of Jurists (ICJ Kenya and Sweden), Consultant (evaluator) Kenya, Sweden, Nigeria, Team Leader, evaluation of the African Access Human Rights and Access to Justice Ghana programme (strategic impact litigation). February – Indigenous Peoples' Center for Documentation, Research and Information (doCip), March 2007 Consultant (coach, strategy), pro bono Provided doCip with advice and coaching on strategic thinking. January and June Fondation Hirondelle, Consultant (evaluator, strategy) 2007 Evaluated the image and perception of the organisation among. Dec 2006 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Backstopper (coach and evaluator) Vietnam Support to the National Legal Aid Agency of Vietnam in designing a baseline survey. Nov 2006 United Nations Development Programme, UNDP, Consultant (evaluator) Mali Team Leader, mid-term review of the Projet d’Appui à la Promotion et la Protection des Droits Humains (APPDH, Ministry of Justice of Mali). Aug – Sep 2006 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator) Evaluated the Summer University on Human Rights (Henry Dunant University College). Aug – Sep 2006 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator) Evaluated the World Association for the School as an Instrument of Peace (EIP). May – Dec 2006 International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Consultant (evaluator) Thailand, Vietnam, Zimbabwe, Reviewed the capacity of the ICRC and its Central Tracing Agency (CTA) to fulfil globally the Namibia, Ukraine role of coordinator and technical advisor in Restoring Family Links (RFL) activities. Nov 2005 – Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Consultant (coach, strategy) Jul 2006 Advised and coached the 2006 Co-Chairs (Afghanistan and Switzerland) of the Standing Committee on Victim Assistance and Socio-Economic Reintegration of the Ottawa Treaty. Sep 2005 – Jul Graduate Institute of International Studies, IUHEI (Geneva), Consultant (strategy) 2006 Contributed to Prof. A. Clapham’s paper commissioned by the Swiss Minister of Foreign Affairs. Presented options for promoting Geneva as “capital of humanitarian action”, one of which led to the creation of the Global Humanitarian Forum, headed by Kofi Annan. Sep 2005 – Jan International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Consultant (evaluator) 2006 Contributed to providing ICRC with advice on methodology for the monitoring and evaluation of prevention programmes. Under contract with Channel Research. CV of S. Jeannet, Page 4 of 8
  • Human Solutions Consulting – Geneva Aug 2005 – … Swiss Solidarity (“La Chaîne du Bonheur”), Expert Provide advice on evaluation strategies and on requests for projects funding. May – Jul 2005 Geneva Humanitarian Forum (GHF), Consultant (evaluator) Evaluated GHF and the success of its internet portal in creating dialogue. Mar – Apr 2005 CARE International, Consultant Successful grant application to the EC’s Initiative for Democracy and Human Rights. Aug – Nov 2004 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (Political Division IV – Human Security) and Federal Department of Defence, Consultant (evaluator) Evaluated the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP). Prof. Peter Leuprecht (former deputy SG of the Council of Europe and SRSG for Cambodia) was co-evaluator. Sep – Oct 2004 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Consultant (evaluator, strategy) Rwanda Evaluated the situation of governance, human rights, participation of civil society and corruption in Rwanda; basis for Switzerland’s position paper on the renegotiation of its MoU with Rwanda. Jun – Sep 2004 Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD), Consultant (evaluator) Evaluated the positioning of the GICHD in the mine action sector and its perception by the outside. Evaluated the Centre’s strategy and management. May 2004 – April Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Backstopper (coach, strategy) 2007 Vietnam Supported for 3 years the National Legal Aid Agency of Vietnam in formulating an organisational development strategy. Advice on: 1) common mechanisms for planning, monitoring and reporting for donors; 2) comprehensive framework program for donor support. Mar 2004 – Sep Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator, strategy) 2005 Tajikistan Reviewed SDC’s 2002-2004 governance strategy for Tajikistan. Coached the formulation a draft Swiss Governance Strategy. Feb 2004 Bosnia Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator) Team Leader, evaluation of the Municipal Development Project in nine municipalities – decentralised state structures and participatory local governance. Jan 2004 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator) Serbia and Montenegro Evaluated the functioning, capacity and needs of the Ministry of Human and Minority Rights; advised SDC on funding of projects and capacity-building initiatives of the Ministry. Nov –Dec 2003 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator) Serbia Evaluated the Institute of Comparative Law (Belgrade) with regard to its effectiveness and its contribution towards the harmonization of Serbian legislation with EU and CoE laws. Oct – Nov 2003 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator, strategy) Rwanda In the framework of the MoU between Switzerland and Rwanda, evaluated the situation of governance, human rights, participation of civil society and corruption in Rwanda. Sep 2003 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs & EC, long-term Observer, on secondment Rwanda Monitored and analysed the electoral campaign in three provinces, including Kigali. Leader of three teams of observers during the parliamentary elections. CV of S. Jeannet, Page 5 of 8
  • Human Solutions Consulting – Geneva May - Jun 2003 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator) Serbia and Switzerland Evaluated the International Research and Consulting Centre (IRCC) of the Institute of Federalism at the University of Fribourg. Prof. Peter Leuprecht was co-evaluator. Feb and May 2003 Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator, strategy) Serbia Evaluated the situation of minorities in 11 municipalities and advised on strategy on governance, education, infrastructure, inter-ethnic confidence-building and human rights. Jan 2003 International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI, New York), Consultant (strategy) Developed a networking strategy for the President of IAVI at the World Economic Forum. Sep – Dec 2002 Organisation for Cooperation and Security in Europe (OSCE), Consultant (strategy) Serbia and Montenegro Deputy Team Leader; in support of the Federal Ministry for National and Ethnic Communities, for the formulation of the National Strategy for the Integration and Empowerment of the Roma – supported by OSCE, UNHCR, OCHA, UNICEF, UNDP and OHCHR. 2002 Serbia, Belgrade Centre for Human Right, Regional Judicial Training Programme, pro bono Lecturer Montenegro, BiH May 2002 – Swiss Department of Foreign Affairs – SDC, Consultant (evaluator, coach, strategy) Sep 2003 Serbia and Team leader; evaluated then formulated a new strategic concept for the Network of Montenegro Humanitarian Legal Offices in Serbia and Montenegro – 21 Offices and 52 staff funded by Switzerland and UNHCR. Coached the implementation of the new strategy. Apr – May 2002 Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Secretary of the Meeting Organized and ran a one-week meeting to “study and update the international legislation and make recommendations for a clearer legal definition of mercenaries.” Jan – Feb 2002 International Humanitarian Fact-Finding Commission, Independent Expert Elaborated draft operational guidelines and rules of procedure for the Commission Presented the drafts to the Commission and moderated a debate. Sep – Dec 2001 NATO, seconded by the Swiss Federal Department of Defence, Expert (strategy) Belgium Designed strategies to promote International Humanitarian Law within the Partnership Council (e.g. concept for a website); worked on the issue of small arms. Aug 2001 Belgian Red Cross, International Service, Consultant (researcher) Research on interactions between humanitarian action and political-military intervention. PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE Mar – May 2001 UN Department of Political Affairs (DPA), Secretary-General’s International Commission of Côte d’Ivoire and Enquiry for Côte d’Ivoire, Investigator USA (New York) Investigated alleged human rights violations and assisted in the methodological work of the Commission. Participated in the drafting of the final report at the UN in New York. Jun – Oct International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Legal Division, Legal Adviser 2000 Conducted research and academic writing (see publications below) concerning the protection of confidential information before international criminal tribunals. Feb – Jun 2000 ICRC, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Protection and Detention Delegate Congo (DRC) Protection work; monitoring places of detention; training officials; organising a repatriation operation to Rwanda; managing assistance to an internment site. CV of S. Jeannet, Page 6 of 8
  • Human Solutions Consulting – Geneva 1996 – 2000 ICRC, Legal Division, Legal Officer, then Legal Adviser Switzerland and New York Legal focal point for human rights and for terrorism. Followed the legal aspects of, i.a., peacekeeping, civil defence, child soldiers, women in armed conflict, HQ agreements. Member of several in-house and external strategic working groups. Drafted statements. ICRC Representative and lobbyist in UN fora and negotiations:  Legal Committee of the 53rd and 54th sessions of the General Assembly;  Special Committee for the Suppression of Terrorism – 3 sessions;  International Criminal Court PrepCom (obtained the adoption of the Rule of Evidence protecting the confidentiality of ICRC information) – 2 sessions;  Working Group on the Optional Protocol on child soldiers – three sessions;  Member of the Delegation to the Commission on Human Rights – 3 sessions. 1995 – 1996 Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Human Rights Officer Strategic planning for human rights monitoring field operations in Burundi and Zaïre; drafting of HQ agreements; reporting; fundraising and recruitment. 1992 – 1994 UN Centre for Human Rights, Special Procedures Branch, Associate Expert Botswana, Burundi, East 1) Assistant of the Special Rapporteur on Summary Executions (Bacre Ndiaye); 2) Responsible Timor, Indonesia, for 5 countries for the Working Group on Disappearances; 3) Drafting of the SG’s reports on Peru, Rwanda Togo, Zaïre and reprisals against human rights defenders. (93), Sudan, Tanzania, Fact-finding missions (see list). Note in particular the pre-genocide (1993) mission to Rwanda, Zimbabwe which had warned of on-going massacres bearing some characteristics of genocide. 1991 – 1992 Swiss Red Cross, Representative, Assist asylum seekers during hearings; assess the credibility of the applicant and the fairness of the procedure. 1985 – 1988 Analyses Economiques et Sociales, Interviewer, opinion polls, market surveys – part-time. Internships Internships with UNHCR (3 months) and the UN Centre for Human Rights (2 months). OTHER QUALIFICATIONS Specialised International Security Sector Advisory Team (ISSAT); Swiss MFA's training for members of its courses Experts Pool (leadership, negotiation, mediation); ICRC’s integration course for Field Delegates; UN Courses “Technical Report Writing, Advanced” and “Team Leadership”; Lester Pearson Peacekeeping Training Centre, Legal Aspects of Peacekeeping; International Peace Academy, Vienna Seminar on Peacemaking and Peacekeeping; Warsaw School on IHL. Main lectures American University Law School (Washington DC); Cambridge Summer School on IHL (Trinity given College); Duke University; Geneva Centre for Security Policy; International Civil Defence Organization; International Law Commission’s course for Diplomats (UN Geneva); San Remo Institute of IHL; Summer School on IHL (Belgium); Summer University of Human Rights (Geneva); various universities visiting the ICRC. 70 missions Albania (1), Azerbaijan (1), Bosnia (2), Botswana (1), Bulgaria (1), Burundi (1), Colombia covering (1),Congo (DRC, 3), Costa Rica (1), Côte d’Ivoire (1), East Timor (1), Ghana (2), Haiti (1), 42 countries Hungary (1), Indonesia (1), Jordan (1), Kenya (5), Kosovo (1), Lebanon (1), Malaysia (1), Mali (2), Mexico (1), Moldova (1), Montenegro (2), Morocco (1), Namibia (1), Nigeria (1), Pakistan (1), Peru (1), Romania (1), Russia (2), Rwanda (7), Serbia (8), South Africa (1), Sudan (1), Tajikistan (2), Tanzania (2), Thailand (1), Uganda (1), Ukraine (2), Vietnam (4), Zimbabwe (2). Publications To access the list of publications, please click here: www.hsconsulting.ch Languages French and English; German (good basis); Spanish (spoken and read). CV of S. Jeannet, Page 7 of 8
  • Human Solutions Consulting – Geneva Memberships • Swiss Evaluation Society (SEVAL) • European Evaluation Society (EES) • International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS) • Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action (ALNAP) • Pool of Experts for Civilian Peacebuilding – Swiss Ministry for Foreign Affairs • Pool of Experts of Swiss Solidarity (“La Chaîne du Bonheur”) – the Swiss TV fundraiser • International Security Sector Advisory Team (ISSAT) • Monitoring and Evaluation Expert Roster, International Development Law Organization • Creator of the LinkedIn group Evaluations, Strategies and Advice in Development, Governance, Humanitarian Action & Human Rights Security Granted in August 2001 a security clearance by the Government of Switzerland up to and Clearance including information classified secret. References Upon request, or on LinkedIn profile (click on link) CV of S. Jeannet, Page 8 of 8