From serving as an assistant professor at the Department of Civil Procedure Law at the Law Faculty of Vienna University to leading the Vienna International Arbitration Centre (VIAC) of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber as Secretary-General, Dr. Alice Fremuth-Wolf, Vienna-based Alumna of the International Gender Champions, invites us to find out about her passion for bringing justice outside and within the VIAC. Find out more about her path and lessons learnt during her mandate as the head of the VIAC.
A collection of Tweets from the beginning-of-year Champion-level event in the IGC Hubs of New York on February 8, 2022.
ITU would like to consult with other IGC Member UN agencies who conducted mainstreaming reviews in the last 2-3 years. They are looking for examples of ToRs and for the identification of potential individual experts/consultants who could undertake this work.
A collection of tweets, photos and videos from the end-of-year Champion-level events and IGC GBV Pledge launches in the IGC Hubs of Nairobi, Paris and Vienna.
The ICC launches consultations on the zero draft of its first Strategy on Gender Equality and Workplace Culture
International Criminal Court formally launches consultations on the zero draft version of the ICC's first comprehensive Court-wide Strategy on Gender Equality and Workplace Culture.
In this podcast, the IGC Secretariat talks to Grete Faremo, Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UNOPS, about successfully reaching her personal IGC commitments for 2021.
At this webinar, distinguished panellists debated the case for a new global norm on violence against women. They reviewed existing legal frameworks, treaties and instruments; considered lessons learned from successful interventions; and discussed priorities for policy change to end this human rights crisis.
The 2021 Annual Survey is now open for all Champions until Monday, December 20, 2021. Click here for an information session.
The Index represents a critical resource for different key stakeholders in reimagining the future after Covid-19 and “building equitable systems that are resilient in good times and bad”: policymakers and practitioners to evaluate progress and set priorities; civil society to highlight gaps and hold decision-makers accountable; academics to research global trends and investigate data on WPS; and the private sector to assess risk analysis.
On 21 October 2021, the Council of Women World Leaders and International Gender Champions co-hosted a leadership exchange with the former President of Finland and a member of the Council of Women World Leaders, Tarja Halonen.