Equality plans are not an objective in themselves, but a tool to help advance equality between women and men. Therefore, we evaluate the degree of compliance and the impact of these plans to identify progress and possible resistance, and to draw conclusions. In parallel, we also make equality diagnoses, taking into account not only the data but also the experiences and situations of many women, for which we integrate their voices in the processes. Finally, based on the observation and listening exercises carried out, we design equality plans adapted to each reality. In short, we offer help throughout the process of developing equality plans: reality observation, planning, intervention and evaluation.