Achieving Survivor-Centred Justice - A Podcast with Karim A. A. Khan KC, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court
In this episode, Karim Ahmad Khan, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, shares his reflections on how the ICC can fight against impunity for gender-based crimes and promote a survivor-centred justice.
Migration, Gender Equality & Climate Change – A Podcast with Mohammed Abdiker of IOM Regional Office for East and Horn of Africa
In this episode, Mohammed Abdiker, IOM Regional Director for East and Horn of Africa, discusses the linkages between climate change, migration, and gender-based violence in the region. During the podcast, he also advances recommendations for fellow Champions to tackle this dangerous nexus, especially towards COP27.
On Friday, 30th September, UNOG relaunched the International Gender Champions: I Say No To Sexism Campaign. On this day, 6 International Gender Champions – including Tatiana Valovaya – Director-General of UNOG and Martin Chungong, Secretary-General of the IPU and Chair of the IGC Global Board – joined forces to discuss this important campaign re-launch, with a spotlight on this year’s new core mandatory commitment the “Gender-based Violence Pledge”.
In this podcast, Evelyn A. Ankumah, Executive Director of Africa Legal Aid a “woman-initiated, woman-led” and pan-African NGO based in IGC-Den Haag hub, talks about her commitment to ensuring that women everywhere, including women of colour, can come forward with their own stories of gendered violence and discrimination and how IGC GBV Pledge support these endeavours
In this podcast, recent IGC Alumni, Martha Rojas Urrego, Former Secretary General of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, looks at the intersection of wetlands, women’s rights and gender equality. With 87% of wetlands already lost on our planet, listen in to how this alarming figure has a profound impact on all people and the planet and how women are key agents for suitable solutions.
After navigating more than two years of a global pandemic, billions of people are now facing the greatest cost-of-living crisis in a generation. The fallout for women and girls has been severe.
In this podcast, Ambassador Rabab Fatima talks about her engagement in the new IGC Impact Group on Research and Oceans for Women (IGROW), answers why the climate-gender nexus is imperative, and shares words of inspiration on how to ensure a women-friendly working environment.
To commemorate the Global Parent Day, the International Gender Champions (IGC) and U.N. Parents held a workshop on parental leave in the U.N. on 2 June 2022. The webinar brought together around 100 UN staff and non-staff alike and provided space to discuss parental leave in a safe and secure environment.
On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict observed on June 19th, the UN Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict Pramila Patten highlighted that it is time to ‘address the underlying causes and invisible drivers of sexual violence… as well as harmful social norms related to honour, shame, and blaming victims’.