Longstanding friends and civil servants Rob Neil and Paul Downer give their views on why Black History Month exists, who it’s for, and what we should be doing for equality, diversity and inclusion.
To mark National Mentoring Day (27 October), Sarah Harrison and Godfrey Atuahene Junior share their experience of reverse mentoring.
Regular blogger Brian Stanislas writes about the significance of Black History Month for him and the important lessons he learned from his parents growing up in London.
Cabinet Office's Lauren Roberts gives a personal view of the significance of Black History Month for diversity and inclusion in the Civil Service.
At the start of Black History Month, Augustine ('Austin') Entonu writes about his own particular migration journey, from Nigeria to the UK - what he's learned and where he's headed.
Senior civil servant Jacky Wright on why diversity without inclusion is a job only half done.
Let Black History Month inspire you to take up new opportunities, says Rose Odudu from the Ministry of Justice.
Black History Month is an opportunity to learn more about some of Britain’s ethnic minority communities, says Dr Vivienne Connell-Hall.
After growing up in care, Sahil Afware aspired to go to university and has built a successful legal career in the Civil Service. He writes about how he is supporting young people and steps on social mobility to improve diversity.