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Web and Graphic Design

  • Posted:Oct 21, 2020
  • Apply by:Oct 31, 2020
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  • Ottawa, ON
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About this position

Request for Proposal for the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples MMIWG Commemoration Project

Title: Web and Graphic Designer

Closing Date for Submission: October 30, 2020

 

Introduction 

The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) is one of five National Indigenous Representative Organizations recognized by the Government of Canada. Founded in 1971 as the Native Council of Canada (NCC), the organization was originally established to represent the interests of Métis and non-status Indians. Reorganized and renamed in 1993, CAP has extended its constituency to include all off-reserve status and non-status Indians, Métis and Southern Inuit Indigenous Peoples, and serves as the national voice for its provincial and territorial affiliate organizations. 

Program Background

This project has been funded under the Department of Women and Gender Equality’s (WAGE) Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) Commemoration Fund. The objectives of this fund are to honour the lives and legacies of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA individuals, and increase awareness about missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA individuals.

Project Description and Scope

CAP’s MMIWG Commemoration Project aims to raise awareness among non-Indigenous communities about MMIWG and highlight systemic processes that contribute to this ongoing crisis. Non-Indigenous populations need to be mobilized to act as allies. CAP has conducted desktop research to expose systemic, societal and institutional factors that foster MMIWG. Based on the desktop research, six research papers have been written that provide historical context and connect systemic factors to MMIWG. From these research papers, five videos are in the process of being created that depict each of these systemic factors. The five systemic factors that this project focuses on are: child welfare, policing, justice, sexual exploitation/trafficking and media. A website will be developed that will host the videos, research papers and additional resources. Both the website and videos will be disseminated through various sources (such as online media outlets and posters) and target non-Indigenous populations. 

Services Required

Website Design

CAP is seeking a web designer to create an accessible and visually appealing webpage that will host content from the MMIW Commemoration project as well as other CAP projects funded by WAGE. This webpage will be linked to the original ‘Congress of Aboriginal Peoples’ website.

The website will require:

  • 5 pages. The primary page this RFP is focusing on will be the page for the MMIWG Commemoration project. The framework for the other pages will need to be developed so content can be added in the future.
    • An introduction page
    • A page for a MMIWG project that will include embedded videos and an e-learning module
    • A page with condensed content from this website: https://walkinginhermoccasins.org/
    • A page for a Youth and Gender Equity project that will include PDFs, and online training videos.
    • A page for a Gender Equity Capacity building project that will include PDFs
  • SEO
  • Mobile/Tablet accessibility
  • Embedded video links (videos hosted on YouTube)
  • Capacity to host an E-learning Module
  • Social media integration
  • Training for in-house maintenance

Graphic Design (For Reports)

CAP is seeking design and layout work for 6 short (approx. 11 pages each) research papers.

Deliverables Timeline

After the proposal is submitted by Friday, October 30, 2020 CAP staff will review and offer the contract in a timely manner. The website page for the MMIW Project and research paper layout design will be completed no later than February 12, 2021.

Evaluation Criteria  

CAP will evaluate proposals based on the following criteria:   

  1.  Responsiveness to the requirements set forth in this RFP;  
  2.  Budget and proposed work plan including timelines;   
  3.  Technical expertise/experience of bidder and/or team; and               
  4.  Relevant and recent samples of work provided.

Please note that punctual delivery time and cost are among key considerations. Priority to be given to Indigenous applicants.  The deadline for proposals is Friday, October 30, 2020.

Proposal Submission 

All interested applicants should submit their proposal (8 pages maximum) either via email or by mail referencing “MMIWG Commemoration Project – Web and Graphic Design” to:    

 

Rufus Jacobs

Senior Manager of Business Development

ru.jacobs@abo-peoples.org 

The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples 

867 St-Laurent Blvd.  Ottawa ON K1K 3B1 

613-747-6022  ext. 202

 

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