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





To continue promoting work-family life balance through flexible working hours, no "too late" or "too early" meetings, sufficient notice of mandatory training or events and the possibility to work from home.

Put forwards a transformative agenda for the HIV response and the UNAIDS Secretariat. Dedicated gender and feminist leadership expertise will be deployed aimed at fostering a feminist culture and concerted action taken to fully implement the Gender Action Plan 2018-2023.

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.

To mentor and help empower young women diplomats, professionals, interns.

To promote a work environment which favours equal opportunities and a positive work-life balance, f.ex. by flexible working hours, including by ensuring simplified procedure for sick leave of staff with children.

Encourager la participation du personnel de la Délégation dans une réflexion sur l’équilibre de la parité en diffusant un questionnaire et en mettant en application, dans la mesure du possible, les solutions proposées.

Renforcer la coopération avec le Bureau Fédéral de l’égalité entre femmes et hommes (BFEG) en termes de reporting systématique des travaux de l’OCDE sur l’égalité, mais également en termes de contact et de participation à des projets sur l’égalité des sexes de l’OCDE.

Actively promote that more Ambassadors/Permanent Representatives based in Geneva become Gender Champions, with an emphasis in regions that are underrepresented in the initiative.

In relevant meetings and events, place particular stress on gender equality and women economic empowerment in all interventions.

To support and participate in international events aimed at improving gender equality. For example, in The Hague in 2020 I will be participating in a panel on "AI and Diversity" during the Winter Academy on AI and International Law as well as a gender equality event with the UN Youth Impact regarding SDG #5.