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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Organize a follow up survey on staff perceptions about gender equality at UN Geneva to assess the impact of gender-related action over the past two years and inform the development of the UNOG gender equality policy after 2020.

Support a Gender Innovation Challenge open to UNOG staff to bring about innovative and concrete proposals to foster gender equality at UNOG.

Attain gender parity in all events organized by the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Korea in Geneva through the selection of moderators, speakers, panelists and other relevant persons.

Continue to press for a significant improvement in gender balance, particularly at senior levels, in the staffing of Vienna Based Organizations, by delivering at least one national statement on this matter in each Organization.

Improve women's representation in the membership of the Global Commission on Drug Policy, by appointing more globally recognised women leaders in 2019.

As an extension to our International Gender Champions Geneva Panel Parity Pledge, aim to have gender equal participation in panels and presentations. This will include a specific effort to also ensure men's participation in debates and events on gender related issues.

I will advocate for ensuring gender parity on all delegations arriving from the capital.

Establish and appoint Gender Focal Points in each Division of the OPCW in order to promote gender equality and ensure gender mainstreaming throughout the organisation.

To explore concrete ways to enhance the Mechanism's handling of gender parity and sexual harassment issues

Advocate for equal gender representation at all levels of employment in international organizations, particularly at senior and high-level posts. Specifically, advocate towards all organs of the International Criminal Court and the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute to ensure the nomination and election of qualified female candidates for the position of Judge, Prosecutor, Registrar, and for membership of the TFV Board, Committee on Budget & Finance, the Advisory Committee on Nominations, and other subsidiairy bodies as relevant; as well as the recruitment of qualified female applicants for positions within all organs of the ICC.