Resources: Document

Gender Representation in the UN System for professionals and above

Have a look at just three infographics to find out how the UN system is doing on gender parity and when it will be achieved.

The 2018 Annual Report in a nutshell

The top findings of the 2018 Annual Report at a glance!

Une brochure sur l'initiative

Découvrez ce qu'est l'initiative et comment devenir un(e) Champion(ne) de l'égalité des sexes avec cette brochure !
Representation

IPU strategies to advance gender equality in governance and delegations

A presentation that explores the Inter-Paliamentary Union's work to advance gender-responsive policies and institutions.

Guidelines for the elimination of sexism, harassment and violence against women in parliament

These Inter-Parliamentary Union guidelines offer advice and practical information for parliamentarians and parliamentary staff on how to transform parliaments into gender-sensitive environments free from sexism and abuse.

COVID-19: A Gender Lens

Disease outbreaks affect women & men differently; pandemics make existing inequalities for women & girls and discrimination of other marginalized groups such as persons with disabilities and those in extreme poverty, worse.

Flyer sur l'initiative

Vous souhaitez en savoir plus sur le réseau IGC ? Téléchargez ce flyer !

Gender and COVID-19: A guidance note for parliaments

This guidance note was designed by the Inter-Parliamentary Union for parliaments as a resource highlighting recommendations and best practices to help them manage the COVID-19 crisis.

Pre-Webinar IGC Factsheet on the gendered impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic

A document prepared by the IGC Secretariat ahead of the webinar series "COVID-19 & Gender Equality: Living up to the Challenge".

COVID-19 and Women's Human Rights: Guidance

A guidance note prepared by the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.

Women's Rights & COVID-19: 7 possible actions

A guide prepared by the African Union and the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.