Resources: What you need to know
IGC & UN Women Book on women’s participation in national delegations to meetings of international organizations’ governing bodies.
Read up on IGC activities of 2017 spanning from Geneva over New York to Vienna and Nairobi
In a milestone for women's equality, International Gender Champions led the initiative to issue the Buenos Aires Declaration on Women and Trade. Through the Declaration, WTO members volunteer, over the next two years, to cooperate with each other and to share best practices to increase women’s participation in the world economy.
Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions shows how both citizens, municipalities and regions can benefit from gender equality. The short film aims at illustrating the principles of gender mainstreaming through concrete examples.
The “How To” Checklist includes tips on what Champions can do as individuals and the top five things organizations can do, with practical steps that Champions can take in recruitment, staff development and performance management to ensure that gender equality is embedded in their organizations.
The ILO has created a handy infographic using data to examine barriers facing women in the workplace.
The Gender-Responsive Assembly Toolkit is intended for all actors that drive change within organizations, including Director-/Secretary-Generals, Secretariats, Member States, civil society and staff to uphold common standards for gender-responsive assemblies by sharing current actions on agenda-setting, participation, governance, working environment, and decision-making.
Factsheet by the IGC Disarmament Impact Group and the Gender & Mine Action Programme, September 2018.
Quick guidelines on what makes a good commitment, as well as some suggested commitments drawn from IGC's Gender-Responsive Assemblies and the Canadian Gender Pledge.
Read up on IGC activities of 2018 spanning from Geneva over New York to Vienna, Nairobi and The Hague