Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam looks at how departments, agencies, teams and staff networks across government marked International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Sir Philip Rutnam, Home Office Permanent Secretary, and Civil Service Disability Champion
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.
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The Department for Transport's Suzanne Edmond talks about her experience of dyslexia and the difference having open, honest conversations can make.
In the first in a series of blogs on the theme of workplace adjustments, Sue shares her personal experience of how effective adjustments help her manage her mental health.
Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam introduces Michael, who talks about his long recovery from a traumatic brain injury and what the experience has taught him.
Disability Champion Philip Rutnam tells us what he learned during Migraine Awareness Week and introduces Linda, who writes about her experience of living with migraines.
Philip Rutnam introduces two participants in a programme specifically designed for those with a disability who win a place on leadership development schemes.
Philip Rutnam looks at some recent developments in disability inclusion.
Philip Rutnam introduces Rosie's account of living and working with the relatively common but little-known condition of Sensory Processing - or High - Sensitivity.
To mark the recent Deaf Awareness Week, Philip Rutnam introduces the personal stories of two Civil Service colleagues who live with hearing loss.
Philip Rutnam introduces the latest in our series of personal disability stories from public servants. This one focuses on Royal Navy Commander Kay Hallsworth, who relates her experience of living with ME.
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