Jon Thompson, Permanent Secretary to the MOD and social mobility champion, explains how the Civil Service is changing to allow everybody to achieve their career aspirations, regardless of background.
Diversity and inclusion
For the first time we have signed up for National Inclusion Week as an organisation, find out why it's important and how you can get involved.
Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Champion Sue Owen on the shortlist for being announced for this year's Diversity Awards.
Matthew Coats, chief executive at the Legal Aid Agency, explains why he believes no organisation can succeed that does not fully embrace diversity and inclusion.
Rob Neil, MoJ's interim head of Diversity & Inclusion, urges everyone to take part in the largest-ever Race at Work survey. The results will help inform the Talent Action Plan to remove barriers to success for under-represented groups.
Janet Hill, Programme Director for the Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Team reports back from a highly successful night at the ENEI Awards for Civil Service teams.
Tips for finding a potential job share partner, and things to think about before you embark on a job share career.
Professor Binna Kandola, OBE, a provider of unconscious bias learning to civil servants, explains why diversity and inclusion have to go hand in hand in organisations.
The weather came out for Pride this weekend, and so did our LGB&T colleagues from across the Civil Service, including Perm Secs and diversity champions Sue Owen and Richard Heaton.
Jeremy Heywood announces the appointment of Sue Owen as the new Civil Service Diversity Champion, and of Jon Thompson, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Defence, as the first holder of the new position of Civil Service Social Mobility Champion.