In addition to the Panel Parity Pledge, each Gender Champion makes two individual annual commitments specific to moving gender equality forward in their organization.
Conduct an assessment on working practices within the Office of the Prosecutor to identify gender-based needs with a view to developing a future work plan as needed.
Maintain gender balance in my Branch tapping into both short- and long term measures, including the creation of a more conducive work environment, coaching arrangements and work-life balance for women, parents or other situations that require new work methodologies; producing an aggregate of results in the implementation of this goal.
Ensure consideration is given by all Australian officials working in Geneva to apply a gender lens to their work, including in 1) the make-up of delegations and 2) the development of statements.
Within my Embassy create and support flexible working hours to balance our professional and personal lives. To share our work/life practice with our Ministry colleagues after a six month implementation period.
Strengthen gender mainstreaming in Justice Rapid Response’s work by providing Sexual and Gender-based Violence Justice expertise to over 50% of JRR missions conducted in 2018.
To set-up a monitoring and evaluation system to capture how workplace gender equality has broader impacts in society.
Promote, in country visits, by meeting with the networks of women who use drugs; highlighting the need for women to access tailored harm reduction services; and addressing the impact of over-incarceration of women for drug-related offences.
Achieve gender parity in Canadian appointments to the board of International Financial Institutions for which the Minister of Finance is governor, and to instruct these appointees to prioritise gender equality in their work at these institutions.
Hold at least two events to discuss gender perspectives in the context of disarmament activities (e.g.: a series of discussions on Gender in Disarmament, aimed at challenging the problematic gender identities and patriarchal construction often manifest in the field of national security/militarism, and at examining gendered effects of the use/trade of weapons).