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 2021
Note: Term expires on the last day of the year indicated.

African States

  • Angola (2021)
  • Burundi (2022)
  • Eswatini (2022)
  • Equatorial Guinea (2021)
  • Ghana (2021)
  • Kenya (2021)
  • Madagascar (2022)
  • Morocco (2021)
  • Nigeria (2022)
  • Sierra Leone (2022)

Asia-Pacific States

  • Bangladesh (2021)
  • China (2022)
  • India (2021)
  • Japan (2022)
  • Kazakhstan (2022)
  • Lebanon (2022)
  • Mongolia (2021)
  • Nepal (2021)
  • Republic of Korea (2022)
  • Saudi Arabia (2021)

Eastern European States  

  • Georgia (2021)
  • Hungary (2021)
  • Lithuania (2022)
  • The Russian Federation (2022)

Latin American and Caribbean States

  • Argentina (2022)
  • Brazil (2022)
  • Chile (2021)
  • Colombia (2021)
  • Cuba (2021)
  • Mexico (2022)

Western European and other States

  • Belgium (2021)
  • Canada (2021)
  • Germany (2022)
  • New Zealand (2022)
  • Switzerland (2022)

Contributing Countries

  • Finland (2022)
  • Sweden (2022)
  • United Kingdom (2022)
  • United States (2022)

Contributing Countries not Members of the OECD/DAC

  • Senegal (2022)
  • Turkey (2022)

Executive Board Members by year: 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011

Links

Midterm Review of the Strategic Plan, 2014-2017

 

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