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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Introduce additional family friendly policies, for example, to ensure meetings are normally not held early morning or late in afternoon/evening or have an early planning of holidays, and ensure they are respected

Put gender equality as a standing item on all agendas of staff meetings dealing with the missions activities and functioning.

DiploFoundation will ensure that for 2018 at least 45% of our course participants are women, strengthening recruitment and outreach so that the most qualified women apply. Moreover, DiploFoundation will ensure that at least 30% of women participants come from developing countries (including least developed countries (LDCs) and small states).

DiploFoundation will increase its reporting efforts by covering at least twenty sessions or events related to gender in the context of Internet governance, Big Data and Artificial intelligence (AI) and publish the reports on Geneva Internet Platform's Digital Watch Observatory

Improve gender balance in the office and ensure that our office is an harassment free environment

Bring WBG gender experts to inform the Geneva dialogues at least once a year/ Share WBG knowledge and data on the gender and development agenda with the Geneva community by organizing at least one event that showcase the WBG’s active role in promoting gender equality

Introduce a scholarship program in one university targeting female students in male dominated fields (government and ICT) in Trinidad and Tobago starting October 2018.

Launch an initiative (workshop/speaking opportunity) in high schools focusing on Preventing Gender Based Violence starting with 2 schools for 2018/2019 .

Implement a new “gender certification programme” that will reinforce the capacity of OHCHR country offices to integrate gender in advocacy and programmatic work

Ensure the meaningful involvement and participation of young women of diverse origins in programmes and initiatives led by OHCHR at global, regional and national level (expert meetings; panels discussions; capacity building activities, technical cooperation initiatives).