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.
Paul Cox from the Ministry of Justice explains how the department is using commuter hubs to cut down on commuting and cater for those who find it difficult to work from home.
Amy Rees turned round morale at HM Prison Brixton during her three years as governor, with an imaginative approach to problem solving and a focus on celebrating success. She writes about how she approached the challenge – which led to the recognition of two Civil Service Awards.
Making it real - Ministry of Justice Permanent Secretary Ursula Brennan talks about embedding the Leadership Statement by linking it to the challenges frontline staff face every day.
What were the issues discussed at this year's cross-government International Women's Day event?
The Ministry of Justice recently celebrated LGB&T History month with an event to highlight the importance of a workplace for staff to be themselves, regardless of orientation. Here's what you missed.
Advising on such diverse subjects as revenge pornography, female genital mutilation and modern slavery is just part of Sally Defriend's unusual Civil Service job at the Treasury Solicitor's Department.
Ursula Brennan, Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Justice, introduces this year's Civil Service International Women's Day event.
The Smarter Working team look back at last week's TW3 Awards, and highlight the best practice demonstrated by this year's winning departments.