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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Gender balance on panels and among participants of conferences, committees and high-level events which the Mission organizes. Proactively identify opportunities to promote gender equality in the GA and respective committees. Inclusion of language on gender equality and women’s empowerment in resolutions, statements, high-level events and side events.

The ICRC carries out an external review of gender equality, including equal pay, and takes necessary actions based on the results of this review.

The ICRC reinforces its prevention against and response to sexual violence in 14 operational contexts; and commits to engage local communities, including sexual violence survivors, in the design of our humanitarian response.

Institutionalize capacity building on gender equality for all staff at every level which will ensure a better integration of gender equality throughout DCAF's work.

Consolidating recent institutional reforms and the adoption of new Rules and Regulations, a Code of Ethics and a Personal Integrity Policy, all DCAF staff is being sensitised to these policies and guidelines, ensuring full respect for and promotion of gender equality, diversity, the protection of everyone’s personal integrity and a healthy work life balance for all staff, men and women alike.

Work with the organization to welcome babies at the United Nations by providing good facilities for parents bringing their babies to work.

Promote work-family life balance through: a) early information and advance notice of meetings to enhance predictability and planning, and b) avoid calling meetings taking place during evenings, weekends and public holidays.

IOM will develop and make compulsory a new Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and abuse training package for all IOM staff worldwide and for all IOM Implementing partners.

IOM will present, yearly, to its Governing body the annual IOM report on the UN-System Wide Action Plan on Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women.

In line with the Secretary-General’s Action for Peacekeeping (A4P) initiative, continue to prioritize implementation of women, peace and security (WPS) mandates in United Nations peacekeeping operations, in particular women’s meaningful participation in political and peace processes and increasing the number of women in peacekeeping.