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





Prepare for Agenda 2030: Lobby and Advocacy to contribute in shaping the agenda Beijing plus 25 and UNSCR 1325 20 years, on the issue of Global Gender Electoral Disparity in Eurasia.

Prior to COP 25, 2019, establish a Secretariat in The Hague to address the issue of Women`s Inclusion in Environmental Decision-making and Policy Implementation Internationally.

I am committed to lead UNOPS to meet the targets set by the Secretary-General’s UN System-Wide Strategy on Gender Parity.

I am committed to lead UNOPS to achieve the equal representation of men and women across our workforce, irrespective of levels – by 2020.

Organize at least one high-level event on gender equality in security in partnership with organizations of the UN Security Management System.

Foster an equitable, diverse and inclusive work environment through cross-functional initiatives, such as training on diversity, civility and inclusive leadership.

Listening is at the core of effective advocating. I will be a strong advocate based on meeting with and listening to female students, entrepreneurs, civil society representatives and officials. I want to learn from their work, perspectives and experiences. I commit to making their voices heard in all I do and say and will highlight their experiences at the highest possible levels.

Youth is critical to creating the shared future we want. I will do my utmost to see young women from least developed countries, landlocked developing countries and small island developing states fully participate in the work of the United Nations. I will encourage them to participate in the UN secretariat’s Young Professional Programme.

Promote a network of women leaders in Geneva, fostering mutual support and solidarity.

Promote a workplace culture based on gender equality, including through trainings and awareness raising activities.