Diversity Champion Sue Owen hails the work done by all the nominees at last week's D&I Awards, and looks forward to the challenge of keeping this momentum up.
Diversity and inclusion
Now in their 9th year, these awards demonstrate the importance of putting diversity & inclusion at the heart of the Civil Service.
Philip Rutnam, DfT Permanent Secretary and Civil Service Disability Champion looks at stammering, disability and Mental Health Awareness Day 2015.
On her becoming Finance Director at BIS, people began to ask Charu Gorasia how she overcame the barriers that prevent more civil servants from under-represented groups reaching senior levels. Read about the inclusion lessons she learned from other leaders on the way up the ladder.
D&I special adviser Lord Holmes on what the ultimate prize looks like for the Service as a diverse and inclusive organisation.
Karen Blackett is one of our new expert diversity advisers. As one of the few black women in a senior position in the media world, she looks at her own industry's record on diversity.
Inspired by our first official engagement with National Inclusion Week, Sir Jeremy looks at the task ahead for us to become the UK's most diverse employer.
Subvert the bias! Anne Burt from DVSA talks about how the Positive Action Pathway scheme is helping her progress to Band A - and how it can help you.
Having spoken at the FDA's Women into Leadership conference, Melanie Dawes looks ahead to rejuvenating our gender and women's networks.
Sue Owen explains the importance of the newly published Permanent Secretary diversity and inclusion objectives to making us a truly inclusive organisation representative of modern Britain.