This section notes that, while implementation is primarily the responsibility of Governments, it is also dependent on institutions in the public, private and non- governmental sectors at all levels. It notes that implementation would be facilitated by transparency, and calls on organizations to promote an active policy of mainstreaming a gender perspective. Actions are specified for the national, sub-regional/regional and international levels. On the international level, most actions focus on the UN, including the GA, ECOSOC, the CSW, CEDAW, the UN Secretariat, the Division for the Advancement of Women, INSTRAW and UNIFEM.
Bracketed text include references to: elimination of sexual harassment, including treatment of women as sex objects; equity between women and men; the "Conference of Commitments" proposal; feminist movements; the Agenda for Peace and the Agenda for Development; a high-level post in the office of the S-G to advise the S-G on the integration of gender concerns throughout the UN system; a mid-term World Conference on Women; the CSW; provision of resources within the regular budget of the UN; INSTRAW; UNIFEM; WTO"s contribution to implementation; and a mechanism for collaborating with NGOs to monitor implementation.