• The plan is said to have a “differential approach” (introduction, page 6):

“Therefore, collaboration from businesses, social organisations and trade unions will be essential in order to ensure respect for the rights of ethnic minorities, women, children, adolescents, the LGBTI community, disabled people, union activists and other minority groups.”

  • Action point 4.4 (p. 15):

 “Within the State Policy for the LGBTI population, which the National Government is preparing, business practices respecting, recognizing and appreciating this population’s diversity will be supported.”

  • Action point 4.6 (p. 15):

 “The Council to the President for Women Equality will strengthen the coordination for the application of the international standards on women’s rights, intended to guarantee such rights in the business world.”