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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.

Develop and support research in the field of Business and Human Rights that highlights gender aspects. The GCBHR will explicitly report on three concrete actions towards this objective in the GCBHR's newsletter at the end of the IGC year.

Dorothée Baumann-Pauly

Through our leadership on Generation Equality Action Coalition on Technology & Innovation for Generation Equality, I commit to create a free online platform and mobile app,Social Builder Academy, that will inspire, train, and support girls and women in their transition to the digital sector. It will provide unemployed and vulnerable girls and women with high-quality and innovative content focusing on the essential technical and relational skills required to thrive in the digital economy. It will empower women and girls to use and navigate the internet safely, to secure a fulfilling job in the digital sector, to become excited about a career in Tech, or to start their own business online.

Emmanuelle Larroque

Through our leadership on Generation Equality Action Coalition on Technology & Innovation for Gender Equality, I commit to foster and create a structure - an international network of equality tech hubs - enabling collaboration between key stakeholders to accelerate the emergence, development, and financing of impactful and scalable programmes and actions to narrow the gender digital divide globally.

Emmanuelle Larroque

Promote awareness and discussion about gender equality, diversity and resilient inequalities within our academic community and in a broader context through the formal organization of the “Know the GAP Lecture Series.” Conceived as the first English language series open to the full university and society, this initiative aims to organize every year 8 lectures featuring prominent individuals in academia, private sector and international organizations and focused on both research and actual experience with gender parity and policy.

Joseph François

Implement the Gender Action Plan (GAP) 2021-2024 to consolidate the ongoing efforts in mainstreaming gender equality at the WTI together with making inclusiveness a structural pillar of our Institute.

Joseph François

To ensure that our UK Mission provides a safe and enabling workplace for all our colleagues, whatever their race or gender, in which there is a better life/work balance, including as we ease out of pandemic-imposed remote working including steps to increase safety and challenge harassment.

Simon Manley

To champion HeforShe by mentoring and sponsoring a diverse and inclusive group of at least five women within and outside my own Mission and Ministry in the next year.

Simon Manley

I will take action to increase awareness of the Joint Initiative on Women and Trade with a view to gathering more support in the lead up to the next WTO Ministerial Conference in November 2021, notably through the organization of a multi-stakeholder event.

Didier Chambovey