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.
diversity and inclusion
Qayum sets out what inclusion means to him, as a civil servant and a carer.
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.
Clare Moriarty looks back on a public service career that stretches back to 1985, culminating in her time as Permanent Secretary at two government departments.
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'.
The latest in a series of posts where we ask civil servants what they mean by 'inclusion'.
In his latest post, Civil Service Race Champion Richard Heaton introduces Sameera de Silva, who talks about her experience of working with a sponsor through the Empower Programme to assist her moving into the Senior Civil Service.
In the Year of Inclusion, Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil looks at progress towards making the Civil Service a great place to work for carers.
The second in a series of blogs for the Civil Service Year of Inclusion where we ask colleagues from across the UK for their personal view of what inclusion means in practice.