Philip Rutnam, Civil Service Disability Champion, sets out how civil servants can make documents as accessible as possible.
Sir Philip Rutnam
Philip Rutnam joined the Home Office as Permanent Secretary in April 2017. Previously, he was Permanent Secretary at the Department for Transport for 5 years.
He was appointed Civil Service Disability Champion in 2015.
He was knighted in the 2018 New Year's Honours List.
Follow Philip on Twitter: @PhilipRutnam
In this latest of our series of personal disability stories, introduced by Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam, Ross Duncan discusses his dyslexia.
The first conference on mental health in the Civil Service took place last month. Philip Rutnam and Jonathan Jones report on a successful day.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, Philip Rutnam introduces Joanne's story of coping with mental ill health.
Philip Rutnam introduces a personal account from a young civil servant who says her disability is one of a number of important characteristics that make her who she is.
Disability confidence, purple power and an interactive dinosaur - all part of the day.
Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam introduces the second in a series of blogs in which civil servants with disabilities tell their stories.
The Civil Service marked International Day of Persons with Disabilities in a variety of ways, as Philip Rutnam explains.
Diversity champions Jonathan Jones and Philip Rutnam outline what the Government response to the Improving Lives - Work, Health and Disability Green Paper means for the Civil Service.
Disability Champion Philip Rutnam rounds up recent developments in improving disability inclusion in the Civil Service.