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Graduates with the Minor in Gender and Law can undertake professional activities in existing specific areas of equality policy in public administration, trade unions, business organisations, companies, political organisations and third-sector entities. Likewise, it enables professional competences to be acquired by those wishing to specialise in gender violence/discrimination, professional duties in courts dedicated to this topic, consultancies, security forces, the media, etc.

It should also be noted that Organic Law 3/2007 of 22 March for effective equality between men and women requires both public administrations and enterprises with more than 250 workers to have an Equality Plan in place, which means having equality officers, that is, staff who are experts in equality and gender within these organisations, or external specialists in the field, in order to develop and implement Equality Plans.