In addition to the Panel Parity Pledge, each Gender Champion makes two individual annual commitments specific to moving gender equality forward in their organization.
Highlight and leverage women executives in our network who are thought leaders and pioneers in the field of work-based learning, employment and training through content and communications, and share best practices.
Organize a follow up survey on staff perceptions about gender equality at UN Geneva to assess the impact of gender-related action over the past two years and inform the development of the UNOG gender equality policy after 2020.
Support a Gender Innovation Challenge open to UNOG staff to bring about innovative and concrete proposals to foster gender equality at UNOG.
In our dialogue with international organisations in Vienna, encourage organisations to: 1) attain gender balance at management levels (P5 or equivalent and above) through both short- and long term measures, including the creation of a more conducive work environment, and 2) integrate the gender dimension in programmes, policies, and normative and operational work.
Promote work-family life balance through: 1) early information and advance notice of meetings to enhance predictability and planning, and 2) avoid calling meetings taking place during evenings, weekends and public holidays.
That Plan International in the Region achieves and maintains gender parity at the most senior levels (CD/RHMT/HoM) and improve the balance of female leadership throughout Plan International’s offices in the region.
To build the International Gender Champions network by contacting 10 further potential members within Nairobi and proposing their membership.
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.
Systematically integrate a gender perspective into the speeches, public diplomacy and side events of the Permanent Mission of Ireland to the United Nations, including by committing to incorporate a gender lens in all Security Council open debate statements on peacekeeping and peacebuilding and in Peacebuilding Commission interventions.