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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.

Establish flexible working arrangements, in order to achieve a healthy work and family balance for both men and women colleagues of my Μission.

Elena Rafti

I will ensure that gender considerations and their relevance for arms control and disarmament are at the forefront of at least two of my speaking engagements as Director of UNIDIR.

Dr. Robin Geiss

UNIDIR will carry out research to understand women’s role as agents of disarmament and security, particularly as professionals in the field of Weapons and Ammunition Management (WAM). The research will be useful to identify best practices to transforming gender stereotypes and unlocking professional opportunities for women in this area.

Dr. Robin Geiss

Advance women's empowerment and leadership in marine scientific research and particularly in deep-sea research with a focus on designing and implementing tailored activities and programmes aimed at addressing the specific challenges faced by women scientists from developing States including least developed countries, landlocked developing countries and small island states

Michael W. Lodge

Ensure that the ISA Secretariat maintains gender parity including at the most senior levels (P5 and above).

Michael W. Lodge

Ensure intergenerational gender parity of authors in articles and publications, including all monthly contributions to UN Today.

Alejandro Bonilla Garcia

Ensure intergenerational gender parity of panellists in all SDG’s focused interviews, broadcasts, conferences, webinars, GreyTalks and dialogues.

Alejandro Bonilla Garcia

Raise the issue of gender balanced delegations with Member States who come with all male delegations to meetings.

Amina Mohammed