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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.

Break down gender barriers in appointment and selection of staff and aim at reaching parity at each level within the organisation being guided by UN Administrative Instruction ST/AI/2020/5 "Temporary Special Measures for the Achievement of Gender Parity.

Abubacarr M. Tambadou

Advance the discussion on issues of Gender Justice and Inclusivity by hosting at least one event, bringing together academia, civil society and the diplomatic community.

Heinz Walker-Nederkoorn

Develop and implement a Policy on Gender Equality and Mainstreaming within GRC to enhance gender-responsive practices both within the organisation (including areas such as staffing, training, communication and representation) in all day to day operations/projects and our engagement with project donors and beneficiaries.

Wayne Jordash

The Court Principals have also committed the ICC to adopt and start the process of implementation of this Strategy in 2022.

Piotr Hofmanski

Promote increased gender-sensitivity in court management practices in dealing with vulnerable victims and witnesses at the ICC, especially victims of Sexual and Gender-based Crimes. This requires improving courtroom practices in terms of familiarisation, support and examinations to avoid retraumatisation. This can in particularly be done through trainings for Counsel to enhance gender awareness in all aspects of their work on a case.

Jennifer Naouri

To push for greater recognition of and investments in the care economy, fair redistribution of care work, decent work and voice for paid care workers, working in partnership with grassroots feminist and women’s rights organizations, as part of a push for a feminist, climate and racially-just economic transformation.

Gabriela Bucher

PACJA is Committed to ensuring NDC review and implementation processes are inclusive of women and girls’ participation.

Joseph Mithika Mwenda

I commit to creating increasing opportunities for young women professionals to develop their careers. Through the various initiatives in our youth engagement strategy, we are laying out plans to train and mentor the youth and women across Africa to become empowered and vocal African leaders in the next 5 years.

Kaddu K. Sebunya