Ten years after the adoption of the law which imposed quotas for women on the boards of directors of medium and large companies, women now occupy more than 44% of the seats against 6% in 2006, but it is far from being the case within the governing bodies, which is firmly decided to change the government.

First, on the podium for the feminization of boards, France could continue to pursue the lead given the government's forthcoming proposals to allow greater gender parity in the management functions of companies.

The example of the professional equality index, established by law for the freedom to choose one's professional future, which since March 1, 2020, concerns all companies with more than 50 employees, is one of these new tools to fight these inequalities. 

The High Council for Equality between Women and Men takes stock of this law: https://bit.ly/389F6by