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Fast Streamer Elizabeth Yentumi leads a discussion with Civil Service Race Champion Richard Heaton and Rob Neil, Chair of the Civil Service Race Forum.
With the 2016 Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion awards ceremony rapidly approaching, we speak to some of the 2015 winners about what the awards mean to them.
Nine things you could be doing differently since the biggest learning event of the year for civil servants.
Ten young people with autism recently took part in an innovative Civil Service work-experience programme.
The Civil Service has repeated its success in a national employment inclusion awards scheme.
A new film introduced by the Chief Executive of the Civil Service highlights the opportunities and benefits that Reserve service offers.
In announcing a new Social Mobility Plan, Minister for the Cabinet Office Matt Hancock urged civil servants to volunteer just an hour a year to inspire young people. Here's what it involves.
If you're looking for work-focused resolutions this New Year, we have a few suggestions that might help.
To mark the tenth anniversary of the Civil Service Awards, The Queen visited Marsham Street to meet Home Office and DCLG staff and honour the work of civil servants.
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