In addition to the Panel Parity Pledge, each Gender Champion makes two individual annual commitments specific to moving gender equality forward in their organization.
I commit that UN-Habitat will achieve its 50/50 Gender Parity targets in the agreed timeframe, by actively promoting and encouraging the professional development of all female staff using all measures available. Particularly, to offer equal opportunities for their own career development leading to increased female representation at higher levels.
Promoting among the ISO family the importance of women's participation in ISO work.
Ensuring that key steps are taken to implement the Lutheran World Federation gender justice policy.
Provide individualized support for career and professional development to a minimum of five women per year between P3 and P5 levels at WIPO, prioritizing those with supervisory responsibilities.
Step up efforts to ensure that gender equality is part and parcel of the IPU's work and functioning, including by: a) Operationalising a gender mainstreaming tool for all programmes of support to parliaments by 2018; b) Carrying out an assessment of the work environment at the IPU from a gender perspective in 2018; c) Track and publicly report on the gender composition of all panels that the IPU organises at regional and international meetings; d) Continue to organize “Parity Debates” during IPU Assemblies, where there is gender parity on the panel and gender balance among participants
Ensure that staff is aware of biases by having all (new) staff take the Harvard University Project Implicit test on unconscious gender-career bias or the Gender-based Analysis Plus (GBA+)
Launch a campaign among UNOG staff and managers to reduce casual sexism and micro-discriminations in the workplace.
All OCHA staff having completed the Gender equality and human rights e-learning series module with a minimum of 80 per cent of all HQ level staff by September 2019 and 70 per cent of field level staff by 2020.
The Mission will have a holistic Gender Policy including family friendly work environment.
Ensure the meaningful involvement and participation of young women of diverse origins in programmes and initiatives led by OHCHR at global, regional and national level (expert meetings; panels discussions; capacity building activities, technical cooperation initiatives).