The course targets policymakers, academics from universities and research centres, and representatives of civil society in developing and least developed countries involved in policy formulation and implementation, research, teaching, advocacy or field work in the area of trade and gender.
Jointly organized by the CEB Task Force on Addressing Sexual Harassment, the UN Secretariat and UN Women
Launching event of the ‘ILO Action Week on Convention No. 190’. This high-level dialogue will mark the momentous entering into force of Convention No.190 and elicit a call for a renewed commitment and ambitious actions to accelerating progress to prevent, address and end violence and harassment in the world of work for all.
The International Gender Champions Disarmament Impact Group and the BWC Implementation Support Unit welcome you to an interactive discussion on the relevance of gender perspectives to the implementation of the Biological Weapons Convention.
The Third OSCE Gender Equality Review Conference aims to provide a platform where representatives of OSCE participating States, Partners for Co-operation, executive structures, civil society, academia and the private sector, can assess progress achieved in the implementation of the 2004 OSCE Action Plan for the Promotion of Gender Equality. It should also enable discussions targeting the identification of good practices, challenges, gaps, emerging issues as well as short- and medium-term areas for specific engagement.
“Less Arms, more Peace” Online Conference on Women, Peace and Security and the Future of Disarmament
Online Conference on Women, Peace and Security and the Future of Disarmament: https://www.iipvienna.com/event-calendar/women-peace-security
These events are primarily organised for the Vienna community, however if you have a particular interest in attending, please contact email@example.com.
Panel discussion with International Gender Champions together with the Office of the Focal Point for Women in the UN System, UN Women
Women in Armed Policing: WINS in conversation with the leadership team from the United Kingdom Civil Nuclear Constabulary
WINS wishes to encourage women to consider a career in areas of nuclear security where they are not necessarily well represented including law enforcement, guarding and response force roles in the context of the civil nuclear sector.
An intergenerational dialogue on the occasion of the International Day of the Girl