The Programme for Emerging Women Leaders, an innovative initiative jointly developed by 11 UN entities - ILO, ITU, OCHA, OHCHR, UNAIDS, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNOG, UNSSC, WHO and WIPO, is part of a renewed and sustainable effort to tap into the leadership potential of female staff members within the UN system. While some progress has been made, gender parity is still not reached in the United Nations system. The United Nations bear a special responsibility to lead by example in the equal representation of women at all levels. They must demonstrate commitment to ensure gender equality and the empowerment of women employed by UN system organizations.
This programme is tailored to women at the P3 level who want to build on and expand their leadership skills. The programme aims to create a diverse network of women across the UN and to better prepare female leaders to take their place at the decision-making tables in all agencies, funds and programmes.
Geneva-based female staff at the P3 level || September 2018 - July 2019 || Five stage programme, including 2 workshops (17-18 September 2018, 4-5 February 2019), self-assessments, coaching and mentoring || English