In addition to the Panel Parity Pledge, each Gender Champion makes two individual annual commitments specific to moving gender equality forward in their organization.
Empowering the women working in the Embassy by celebrating their success through publications on social media (Facebook, Twitter).
Highlight gender equality and women's empowerment in the work of the OECD: 1) by co-chairing the meetings of OECD “Friends of Gender Equality Plus” group; 2) by chairing the meetings of the OECD External Relations Committee and participating in other OECD events in the area of external relations.
J’exercerai mon leadership afin de promouvoir activement l’égalité de genre, l’inclusion et la participation des jeunes au sein de Plan International et avec toutes nos parties prenantes.
To build the International Gender Champions network by contacting 10 further potential members within Nairobi and proposing their membership.
Galvanize leadership and support to countries to enhance access of adolescent girls and young women to integrated sexual and reproductive health information, education and services as well as to ensure the removal of barriers and harmful social norms which result in 6,200 adolescent girls and young women acquiring HIV every week.
Work on bringing together all actors working on the promotion of gender, including NGOs, States and International Organizations working in the areas of health, human rights, trade, disarmament and humanitarian affairs, with a view to ensuring better coordination of our joint efforts.
Internally for my organization, act as a mentor and lead all of my team members so they can reach their fullest potential.
Highlight and leverage women executives in our network who are thought leaders and pioneers in the field of work-based learning, employment and training through content and communications, and share best practices.