Mark Pettitt introduces a staff network that encourages conversations between civil servants across government and which has new relevance in keeping people connected during the coronavirus pandemic.
Year of Inclusion
A series of blog posts around the theme of diversity and inclusion to mark the Civil Service Year of Inclusion 2020.
As he prepares to rejoin Kensington and Chelsea Council, Tunde Olayinka, currently Deputy Director for Integration at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, sets out his hopes for the future of diversity and inclusion in the Civil Service.
Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil describes how staff networks are going "above and beyond" to support civil servants during the coronavirus pandemic.
Civil servant Vanessa shares her five top tips for working from home with children during the coronavirus pandemic.
In her final post for this blog on leaving the Civil Service, Clare Moriarty considers the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on people of faith and belief.
Qayum sets out what inclusion means to him, as a civil servant and a carer.
Brian Stanislas rounds up recent activities and developments in flexible working and the Civil Service Job Share Finder.
Civil Service LGB&TI Champion Jonathan Slater says Transgender Day of Visibility is "a time to share and uplift the voices of our trans community", but we should treat all our colleagues with respect at all times.
To mark International Women's Day 2020, the Home Office invited women leaders from the worlds of sport, finance, publishing and the media to explore how we can make gender equality a reality.
Rachael Yokoo-Laurence looks at the different ways in which the Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion team is working to build a sense of inclusion, and invites civil servants to the first inclusion 'unconference'.