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

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Raise awareness about the link between trade policy and women's economic empowerment. I will organise a dedicated workshop with other Geneva-based missions to further explore this link and reflect on how we, as Members, could contribute to a more gender-inclusive trade agenda in the WTO.

Refer to the gender dimension in EU interventions, in line with EU policy, and engage the EU permanent mission in supporting ongoing work at the WTO on mainstreaming gender into trade policy.

Take the lead in our sport to ensure we have a 50/50 representation of male and female athletes at sailing’s events in the Olympic Games.

Continue to advocate for gender balance in the staffing of the IAEA and other UN organisations, particularly at senior levels.

In our dialogue with, and in governing boards of, international organisations in New York, encourage organisations to: 1) attain gender balance at management levels (P5 or equivalent and above) through both short- and long term measures, including the creation of a more conducive work environment, and 2) integrate the gender dimension in programmes, policies, and normative and operational work, and 3) Put in place comprehensive and transparent policies to prevent and address sexual abuse and exploitation.

In our dialogue with, and in the governing boards of international organisations in Vienna, encourage organisations to: a) attain gender balance at management levels (P5 or equivalent and above) through both short- and long term measures, including the creation of a more conducive work environment, and b) integrate the gender dimension in programmes, policies, and normative and operational work, and 3) Put in place comprehensive and transparent policies to prevent and address sexual abuse and exploitation.

In our dialogue with, and in governing boards of, international organisations in Vienna, encourage organisations to: a) attain gender balance at management levels (P5 or equivalent and above) through both short- and long term measures, including the creation of a more conducive work environment, and b) integrate the gender dimension in programmes, policies, and normative and operational work, and 3) Put in place comprehensive and transparent policies to prevent and address sexual abuse and exploitation.

Building on my previous work as a Gender Champion, I will organize workshops and other forms of engagement with young adults (age 15 - 18). My goal is to raise their awareness about gender equality, to brainstorm with them about challenges and solutions in relation to gender inequality, and provide them with tools and confidence to effectively fight gender inequality as they move towards university and, later, the workplace.

Mentor and, more importantly, sponsor two female professionals working in the area of public policy, in order to enhance their professional capabilities, confidence, networks, and impact. Support them in securing roles that will challenge them, advance their careers, and provide the visibility and remuneration they deserve.

Bring WBG gender experts to inform the Geneva dialogues at least once a year/ Share WBG knowledge and data on the gender and development agenda with the Geneva community by organizing at least one event that showcase the WBG’s active role in promoting gender equality