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COP26 and the power of collaboration

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The Civil Service Environment Network (CSEN) is run by just 35 volunteers from across the organisation and has more than 3,000 members – we demonstrate the power of working together. Last month’s COP26 summit may be over, but its influence …

Civil Service announce their top 10 blogs of 2021

Top 10 Civil Service Blogs 2021

Forget who won Bakeoff or I’m a Celeb. The real burning issue is: who topped the Civil Service’s most-read blog posts this year? Time to reveal all! As we reach the end of 2021, we want to take this opportunity …

Making your comms clear and inclusive - our top tips

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Government information should be as clear and accessible as possible. Sarah Healey's simple guide for what everyone should know. Civil servants send out hundreds of thousands of emails and documents every week, which is why it’s important to make them …

International Day of Persons With Disabilities 2021

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Deaf civil servant Richard Purvis sheds insight into his life, the daily challenges and dreams that motivate him.  To celebrate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on 3 December, the Civil Service Deaf and Hard of Hearing Network (CSDHHN) …

Championing the Carer agenda

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Alex Chisholm, Civil Service Inclusion Champion, and Rebecca Sudworth, Deputy Champion for Carers, highlight the importance of carer awareness. Today 25 November is Carers Rights Day, an opportunity to recognise the skills and insights our carers bring to their work …

COP26: Time for talks at green summit... then action

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Clare Nasir looks at why the evolving landscape of climate science fuels a note of optimism for Glasgow  When I first heard the announcement that the Nobel Prize in Physics winners were climate scientists, Fatboy Slim’s epic album You’ve Come …