Although there is much talk about gender mainstreaming, most public institutions still have almost everything to do. Gender mainstreaming means shared responsibility, that is, that all departments outside of equality take responsibility for promoting equality. Gender mainstreaming means being aware that public policies are not neutral, as they positively or negatively affect equality between women and men. And in order to develop the gender mainstreaming strategy, political commitment, technical training, the involvement of all departments, cultural change based on collaboration and provision of resources are essential. The challenge is of great importance: it requires flexibility, imagination and learning from what has already been done. We can accompany you in achieving that challenge.