The latest in a series of posts where we ask civil servants what they mean by 'inclusion'.
Diversity and inclusion
In his latest post, Civil Service Race Champion Richard Heaton introduces Sameera de Silva, who talks about her experience of working with a sponsor through the Empower Programme to assist her moving into the Senior Civil Service.
In the Year of Inclusion, Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil looks at progress towards making the Civil Service a great place to work for carers.
Daron Walker, Health & Wellbeing Champion at BEIS, looks at how different departments marked Time to Talk Day, an annual event to encourage us to talk about our mental health.
Brian Stanislas talks to Ian Shepherd about his job share at the Department for International Trade and how it helps him to enjoy his other interests and enthusiasms.
The second in a series of blogs for the Civil Service Year of Inclusion where we ask colleagues from across the UK for their personal view of what inclusion means in practice.
Rob Neil believes that increasing cultural intelligence can help individuals identify their biases and create effective strategies for managing them.
Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam looks at how departments, agencies, teams and staff networks across government marked International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Civil Service Gender Champion Antonia Romeo comments on the gender pay gap data published by ministerial and non-ministerial departments.
We look at the contribution that won HMRC's Bristol Race Network the Diversity & Inclusion category at the 2019 Civil Service Awards.