Philip Rutnam looks back at the innovative, eye-catching and thought-provoking ways in which the Civil Service celebrated 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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To mark Time to Talk Day, Philip Rutnam introduces Emil Levendoğlu's personal account of how he came to open up to others about his mental health.
This instalment in the series focuses on the experience of two civil servants with non-visible autoimmune conditions.
Philip Rutnam writes about recent activities to promote disability inclusion across the Civil Service.
Civil Service diversity champions Sue Owen and Philip Rutnam combine to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS.
Marking the anniversary of the Disability Confident scheme, this story focuses on how one person's experience of cancer led her to create a new staff support network for those diagnosed with the disease, their carers and colleagues.
Philip Rutnam introduces Stella Perrett's story, which illustrates the value of the Workplace Adjustment Passport for disabled colleagues.
Philip Rutnam, Civil Service Disability Champion, sets out how civil servants can make documents as accessible as possible.
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.