As LGBT History Month draws to a close, our LGBT&TI champion Sue Owen looks back on how departments have supported the initiative and the importance of continuing to do so.
GDS executive director Stephen Foreshew-Cain explains why the theme of this year's LGBT History Month has particular resonance for him.
Sue Owen, Civil Service LGB&TI Champion, congratulates all the Civil Service departments and agencies recognised in the annual Stonewall list of the top 100 best employers for lesbian, gay and bisexual staff. And who came top?
Kevin Oliver of HM Passport Office doesn't belong to any particular minority group, but he is a tireless campaigner for equality and inclusion. He explains why.
Helena Morrissey, one of our new expert advisers, looks at the challenges ahead as we look to become more representative of modern Britain.
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.
Fresh from taking part in the annual Pride march in London with the Civil Service Rainbow Alliance, DECC civil servant Brais Louro-Larino describes what Pride means to him.
Sue Owen looks at why the Talent Action Plan is only a starting point, the strides we've taken since launch and how we're going to level the playing field.
Jim Harra, HMRC’s Champion for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGB&T) staff and customers, looks at the strides his department is making supporting diversity.
GCHQ Director Robert Hannigan talks about his pride at seeing the Doughnut sporting the rainbow colours, and the importance of diversity at his department.