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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.

Promote gender equality in partner organizations by supporting mainstreaming of a gender perspective in policies and programmes. Ensure that comprehensive and transparent policies to prevent and address sexual exploitation and abuse and sexual harassment are in place in my mission and encourage partners to do the same.

Annika Markovic

Contribute to promote gender equality and raise awareness about gender equality issues and the importance of the inclusion of women. Actively engage in the debate, both through social media and other platforms, and frequently communicate on gender equality to mobilise others to participate.

Annika Markovic

Establish flexible work arrangements policies appropriate to the unique circumstances of the OPCW to further strengthen the Technical Secretariat’s profile as a fit-for-future “Sustainable Workplace".

Fernando Arias

Develop an action plan for promoting further gender parity within the OPCW Technical Secretariat following the 2020 OPCW Gender and Diversity Audit.

Fernando Arias

Encourage the entire team of our mission to undertake the UN Women I Know Gender 1, 2, 3 Online training.

Laura Faxas

I commit that, in at least 5 important activities in the cultural, political and economic agenda, organized by the Embassy of the Dominican Republic in Vienna, guarantee the invitation and the presence of women whose trajectory has marked my country.

Laura Faxas

Promote awareness and support ongoing efforts for the elimination of sexual harassment, as a founding member of the Geneva Group of Friends to Eliminate Sexual Harassment (GOFESH) launched in 2021, through collective activities including events, advocacy and collaboration among Geneva-based stakeholders.

Taeho LEE

Advocate international efforts to prevent and respond to sexual and gender-based violence in conflicts, by providing support for victims and survivors, collaborating with the Global Survivors Fund (GSF), and other actions, through the “Action with Women and Peace” initiative (launched by the Korean government in 2018).

Taeho LEE