UN-Women Executive Board Members

The UN-Women Executive Board is made up of representatives from 41 Member States elected to three-year terms by the UN Economic and Social Council, with the following regional allocation and number of members: Africa (10), Asia and the Pacific (10), Eastern Europe (4), Latin America and the Caribbean (6), Western Europe and other States (5), and contributing countries (6).

Members in 2019

Note: Term expires on the last day of the year indicated.

African States

Angola (2021)

Burkina Faso (2019)

Cameroon (2019)

Equatorial Guinea (2021)

Ghana (2021)

Kenya (2021)

Morocco (2021)

Nigeria (2019)

Rwanda (2019)

Zambia (2019)

Asia-Pacific States

Bahrain (2019)

Bangladesh (2021)

China (2019)

India (2021)

Japan (2019)

Mongolia (2021)

Nepal (2021)

Republic of Korea (2019)

Saudi Arabia (2021)

Yemen (2019)

Eastern European States  

Belarus (2019)

Georgia (2021)

Hungary (2021)

Montenegro (2019)

Latin American and Caribbean States

Brazil (2019)

Chile (2021)

Colombia (2021)

Cuba (2021)

El Salvador (2019)

Trinidad and Tobago (2019)

Western European and other States

Australia (2019)

Finland (2019)

Ireland (2021)

Turkey (2021)

Sweden (2019)

Contributing Countries

Norway (2019)

Switzerland (2019)

United Kingdom (2019)

United States (2019)

Contributing Countries not Members of the OECD/DAC

Israel (2019)

United Arab Emirates (2019)

Executive Board Members by year: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011

Links

Midterm Review of the Strategic Plan, 2014-2017

 

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