Cabinet Office's Lauren Roberts gives a personal view of the significance of Black History Month for diversity and inclusion in the Civil Service.
Diversity and inclusion
Jonathan Slater, Civil Service LGB&TI Champion, talks about the significance of National Coming Out Day for LGB&TI people and the responsibility of all civil servants to help create an inclusive workplace.
At the start of Black History Month, Augustine ('Austin') Entonu writes about his own particular migration journey, from Nigeria to the UK - what he's learned and where he's headed.
At the close of National Inclusion Week, Jacqui Toogood writes about her experience of inclusion in the Civil Service Fast Stream and considers what still needs to be done.
In National Inclusion Week, the head of diversity and inclusion for the Civil Service Fast Stream & Early Talent programme explains why inclusion should matter to everyone.
On Bi-Visibility Day, Kate Hughes, chair of the Civil Service LGBT+ Network, explains why it is important to raise awareness and understanding of bisexual people.
Ravinder Cheema says membership of the Shadow Board for Government Property Leaders, and the opportunity to 'mutual mentor' Government Chief Property Officer Janet Young, have shown him the importance of inclusion in the workplace.
To mark National Inclusion Week (23 to 29 September), Government Chief Property Officer Janet Young writes about how the Property Function is putting inclusion at the heart of decision-making.
Civil Service Race Champion Richard Heaton introduces the deputy directors of the cross-Civil Service Ethnic Diversity Programme, who write about their work, the successes to date and the challenges they face.
Zamila Bunglawala explains why the Civil Service has joined up with The Migraine Trust for Migraine Awareness Week.