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 arrange training for staff, and/or peer exchange with other NGO colleagues, on the use of gender-transformative and age-responsive language.
To review existing policies and practices to ensure a healthy work-life balance and family-friendly environment for staff that takes into account gender-specific needs.
This year we will develop a new online training module that will allow all of our partners to understand the impact of gender and diversity on project implementation and carry out their work in a consciously inclusive manner.
In 2020 we will introduce an analytical tool for programme implementation to ensure that all of our projects consider gender and diversity as limiting factors and adjust to make our projects more inclusive.
Institute measures to increase the representation of women and achieve the goal of gender parity in the Professional and higher categories by 2025.
Establish the IAEA Marie Sklodowska Curie Fellowship Programme for women students who wish to pursue a degree in STEM, focussed on nuclear sciences and technology.
In 2020, the ICRC will strengthen the relevance and effectiveness of its operations by adopting an organization-wide approach on diversity and inclusion for affected populations; and by providing a roadmap for change and scale-up following an external and critical assessment of current practices.
In 2020, ICRC will start a collaborative research initiative that advances understanding of the gendered impacts that the application of international humanitarian law obligations have on diverse women, men, girls and boys.
Systematically promote gender-responsive language and action in paper, presentations, assembly resolutions, working groups and governing body discussions at UN-Habitat and UNEP.
Provide support to the heads of UN Agencies in UN Gigiri to promote and encourage gender equality issues in their programme of work and to establish Nairobi as an IGC hub.