The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) is a UN intergovernmental entity founded in 2011 to promote the empowerment of women and eradicate gender-based discrimination. While women are one focus group of the organization, other gender-based discriminations-- e.g. trans or non- binary discrimination-- are also discussed. The organization's Executive Board consists of 41 members that are elected through the Economic and Social subcommittee of the General Assembly. UN Women is mandated to discuss and advise member states on a range of issues from economic empowerment to peace and security concerns.
Topic 1: to be announced
Topic 2: to be announced
Available Countries*: We will distribute countries according to their relevance to the topic. You can choose from any of the current member of UN Women's executive board at this stage. Find the current list HERE.