International Gender Champions & UN Women Joint Panel Discussion on Moving the Needle: Family-Friendly Policies in the United Nations System
The IGC and UN Women hosted a joint panel discussion around family-friendly policies at the UN such as equal parental leave and launched the #ChampionsForParentalLeave campaign!
The World Economic Forum's Strategic Intelligence platform uses experts from the Forum’s network of universities, think-tanks, international organizations and other research institutions around the world to highlight the context and implications of the key drivers of transformation for key issues such as Gender Parity.
Texts Deal with the Human Rights of Women and Girls, the Rights of Children, the Contribution of the Human Rights Council to the Prevention of Human Rights Violations, Technical Assistance, and the Philippines
Application Deadline: 11th October 2020
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.
This interactive discussion will explore the linkages between the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda and arms control and disarmament.
New York Champions
Secretary-General, United Nations
Under‑Secretary‑General for General Assembly and Conference Management, United Nations
Ambassador and Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission of Switzerland to the United Nations in New York
Ambassador, Permanent Mission of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to the United Nations in New York
Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission of Trinidad & Tobago to the United Nations, New York