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In addition to the Panel Parity Pledge, each Gender Champion makes two individual annual commitments specific to moving gender equality forward in their organization.

Support more women to take up political offices here in Kenya in the next election and beyond.

Caroline Vicini

PACJA is committed to advocating for women and girls' greater role in locally led initiatives, especially in a climate crisis context.

Joseph Mithika Mwenda

I commit to raising awareness and building a culture that is all inclusive with no discrimination based on age or gender. I commit to using my platform as a voice for the youth to cultivate a constituency of gender sensitive youth ambassadors.

Kaddu K. Sebunya

I commit to reach gender parity in senior level in UNRWA during my tenure.

Philippe Lazzarini

I will focus my efforts in bringing men to make gender parity a daily reality and fight for it in order to become a basic norm in our UN communities.

Youssoupha Niang

As an institution, ICCT will commit to educating all current and future staff on how to apply a gender lens to their work, using Gender-Based Analysis Plus training by the Government of Canada. We recognize the value of conducting our research, projects and publications with gender-based analysis in mind.

Alexander von Rosenbach

Engage in gender equality advocacy through mainstream and social media and amplify the work of fellow gender champions.

Janet Mbugua

Roll-out two mandatory training programs/courses for the entire staff, managers and employees, on prevention of discrimination based on gender identity and sexuality, sexism and microaggressions and unconscious bias in the workplace highlighting the challenges faced by young women (including non-binary people and transgender women), women of colour, LGBTQIA+ women, and women with disabilities, to enhance inclusion and belonging in their daily interactions by the end of 2023

Christophe Bernasconi