International Gender Champions
A leadership network with over 000 Champions and 000 Alumni.
We bring together decision-makers to break down gender barriers.
I am happy to be an International Gender Champion. I encourage other senior leaders to be part of this campaign for equality.
At IOM diversity is one of the strengths that enables us to better rise up to the complex challenges of migration.
The International Gender Champion is the appropriate platform to promote jointly gender equality.
Alejandro Solano Ortiz
As the first female Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva and having worked in male-dominated spheres during many years of my career, my ultimate goal is that women and men are granted...
Developing actionable initiatives is imperative for breaking down barriers to gender equality and preparing our next generation, both women and men, to continue necessary reforms until this inequality...
Africa Legal Aid (AFLA) is woman initiated and women led, and has a commitment to gender equality.
Evelyn A. Ankumah
Diversity Equity and inclusion are core values of the EBU and the Public Service Media we represent.
About the IGC
Fifty per cent of the population warrants the same visibility as the other fifty percent.
As leaders in our personal capacities, we strongly condemn targeted attacks against women and girls, and male allies in Afghanistan. We stand firmly against gender-based violence in all its forms. “Gender Champions who wish to show their support and add their name to the statement above are welcome to email: email@example.com”
Tapping into IGC’s collective wisdom globally was the inspiration behind our first ever IGC Time to Talk - Champion Conversation Series.
On 29 June 2021, six Champions from International Organisations and Civil Society in the Geneva and Den Haag hubs came together to discuss how to keep gender on the agenda within organisations.
Ahead of the Generation Equality Forum (GEF) in Paris this June, the IGC Global Board has approved a new, network wide Pledge to stand for zero tolerance of gender-based violence (GBV), sexist attitudes and behaviour. This will be an IGC commitment to the Generation Equality Forum and aims to tackle some of the deepest and most harmful norms that prevent the equal rights of women and girls being realised.