In addition to the Panel Parity Pledge, each Gender Champion makes two individual annual commitments specific to moving gender equality forward in their organization.
Commit to zero tolerance for sexual harassment, sexual exploitation and abuse. Unitaid established guidelines, based on the UN’s zero-tolerance approach, which extend to our implementing partners.
Commit to promoting gender equality in our funded projects in matters such as pay, staff distribution and maternity/paternity leave of our partner organizations.
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 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.
Work on bringing together all actors working on the promotion of gender, including NGOs, States and International Organizations working in the areas of health, human rights, trade, disarmament and humanitarian affairs, with a view to ensuring better coordination of our joint efforts.
Ensure a healthy work-life balance for all employees, both women and men, by investing in technologies and a working culture that facilitates working from home.
IDLO will improve gender mainstreaming in its programmes by institutionalizing gender expertise and a gender perspective in throughout its policy advocacy, research and learning, and field-based programming and work. IDLO will ensure the full implementation of its Gender Strategy. In particular, it will: Build program staff expertise and capacity to integrate gender in their work (at least 3 workshops/training a year); Develop an issue paper on a priority gender and justice concern (women and customary and informal justice); Organize policy events on justice for women at the global and country levels, including processes relating to the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Platform for Action (at least 2 events a year).
IDLO will strengthen the recruitment of women in the judiciary and legal professions, including by strengthening knowledge on the barriers and pathways for women in the justice sector and by enhancing the capacity of women justice actors. Specifically, it will: Disseminate the findings of it global research on enhancing participation of women justice professionals by organizing policy events at global or local levels (2 per year); Launch country-specific studies on contributions and barriers women justice professionals face when delivering justice (2).