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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.

Undertake at least one country mission a year focusing on women, peace and security and development.

Amina Mohammed

I will maintain parity at the most senior levels for posts in which I have direct authority and continue to work towards parity (47-53%) across all levels of the Organization in line with the Gender Parity Strategy.

António Guterres

I will include women in my delegations and meet with women’s civil society organizations in my country visits.

António Guterres

Advocate for a more inclusive workplace by promoting effective communication, including all possible ways of remote communication, throughout the organization. This includes a structured and comprehensive approach of an organizational communication equally involving genders, while promoting motivation and empowerment of employees.

Ivana Hrdlickova

Promote workplace flexibility by supporting remote work and identifying tools to contribute to a healthy, positive and productive work life balance for both women and men. Define a sustainable post-pandemic remote work policy as a modern efficient and effective tool enhancing a work life balance.

Ivana Hrdlickova

Create and nurture a work-friendly environment for parents at ICRC NY which is adapted to current virtual working modalities and to family responsibilities. Indicators: Teleworking/flexible working policy adapted to these specific needs.

Laetitia Courtois

Systematically integrate a gendered perspective and include diverse voices from ICRC’s operations in all statements made to UN fora. Indicator: 2 women leaders from ICRC operations are invited to participate to UN/New York debates.

Laetitia Courtois

Provide concrete support to IIIM’s hiring managers in 2021 by way of guidance and training with a view to assist them in testing the gender competence of candidates in recruitment processes.

Catherine Marchi-Uhel