In addition to the Panel Parity Pledge, each Gender Champion makes two individual annual commitments specific to moving gender equality forward in their organization.





Systematically advocate for approaches that uphold women's rights in all United Nations’ system-wide efforts, across all three pillars of our work: peace and security, development, and human rights, in my interventions and written inputs to the Security Council, General Assembly, and other intergovernmental bodies based in New York.

Create women’s leadership curricula on WeLearn, UN Women’s virtual skills school, and train at least 100 corporate women for a strong pipeline of leaders. Support the screening of a series of thought-leadership films and artistic performances that use story-telling to illuminate the damage done by gender inequality, shown at the United Nations and elsewhere, with accompanying panel discussions, supported by UN Women expertise.

Support the implementation of the Secretary-General’s System-wide Strategy for Gender Parity, including through engaging the civil society in shadow reporting for increased transparency and accountability; developing guidance on promoting an enabling environment supportive of gender parity; organizing capacity-building workshops and trainings for the Gender Focal Points of the UN system; and collaborating with DPKO & DFS to increase the number in women in peacekeeping and field operations.

Advocate for gender balanced panels across all UN engagements.

To promote the visibility of women in different fora by encouraging female delegates to deliver statements on behalf of the Vietnamese delegation in meetings in Geneva. The measures aim to achieve at least 10% of all statements to be delivered by female delegates.

Have at least two debates at the Human Rights Film Festival centered around women's rights and/or gender equality, partnering with at least 3 different women’s organizations and NGO’s.

Identify no less than 15 progressive and courageous women and invite them to Geneva. We will make sure that on the framework of their participation to the Human Rights Film Festival they also have strategic meetings and sponsorship opportunities.

Host at least two side-events per year with the focus on women and girls economic and political empowerment.

Contribute to at least 2 gender equality events this year, preferably by speaking/active participation.

Support the resolutions of the Human Rights Council strengthening gender equality, provided the language is ambitious enough, and promoting this principle in our positions and public engagements in Geneva, whenever relevant.