At local, national and regional levels:
Authorities from a range of sectors and ministries (economic development, urban planning, transport, com- munity development, women’s machinery, justice, police, education, health, etc.); grassroots women’s, youth, and men’s groups and organizations, UN agencies, regional human rights and women’s rights mechanisms; research and educational institutions, private sector, media, etc.
At the global level:
UN-Habitat, UNICEF and other agencies, Women in Cities International, Women and Habitat Network of Latin America and the Caribbean, the Huairou Commission, the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG).
A growing list of champion cities
Participating cities: Cairo, New Delhi, Kigali, Port Moresby, Quito, Cape Town, Mexico City, Rabat, Marrakech, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Medellin, Dushanbe, Rio de Janeiro, Tegucigalpa, Dublin, Winnipeg ( jointly with the Province of Manitoba in Canada), Reykjavik, Sakai, New York, and Brussels.