'Securing our Common Future: Promoting Gender-Responsive Disarmament and Security' led by Ireland, Namibia and UNIDIR.
Supported by the International Committee of the Red Cross ICRC as one of their IGC commitments, a National Geographic feature takes a closer look at how women deal with the disruption that conflict brings to family and work life.
More than 40 leaders have joined the new IGC-Den Haag Hub. Discover their profiles ahead of the official launch planned for early 2019
On Friday 23 October, Her Excellency Ms. Bogolo Kenewendo, Minister of Trade of Botswana signed the Declaration in the presence of His Excellency, President Masisi of Botswana and Ms. Arancha González, Executive Director of the International Trade Centre.
The IGC Representation Impact Group launched its Gender Responsive Assemblies Toolkit at a side event at the UN General Assembly on Friday 28 September.
73rd President of the UN General Assembly, María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés, becomes an International Gender Champion
María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés, first Latin American woman to become President of the UN General Assembly, dedicates the session to all the women and girls of the world.
IGC congratulates Champion Michelle Bachelet on her appointment as UN High Commissioner for Human Rights!
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, following approval by the General Assembly, appointed Michelle Bachelet of Chile as new High Commissioner for Human Rights.
The International Gender Champions initiative was created in Geneva 3 years ago in July 2015. Hear what some of our Champions think about how we are going to achieve gender equality and SDG5 !
Minister Bill Morneau of Canada wishes to form an International Gender Champions-Finance Hub with other Ministers and high-level officials.
Listen to his strong statement at the opening of the 38th session of the Human Rights Council on Monday 18 June 2018.
Listen to the five members of the UN Working Group and read their latest report presented at the Human Rights Council 38th sessions
Maria Fernanda Espinosa Garcés of Ecuador becomes 1st woman from Latin America and Caribbean to lead the UN 193-Member organ