Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam uses the occasion of International Day of Persons with Disabilities to look at initiatives supporting greater inclusion for civil servants declaring a disability.
Sir Jeremy Heywood and Melanie Dawes, Civil Service Gender Champion, look ahead to the opportunities we have to help close the gender pay gap.
Philip Rutnam, DfT Permanent Secretary and Civil Service Disability Champion looks at stammering, disability and Mental Health Awareness Day 2015.
Having spoken at the FDA's Women into Leadership conference, Melanie Dawes looks ahead to rejuvenating our gender and women's networks.
Sue Owen explains the importance of the newly published Permanent Secretary diversity and inclusion objectives to making us a truly inclusive organisation representative of modern Britain.
Jon Thompson, Permanent Secretary to the MOD and social mobility champion, explains how the Civil Service is changing to allow everybody to achieve their career aspirations, regardless of background.
Jeremy Heywood announces the appointment of Sue Owen as the new Civil Service Diversity Champion, and of Jon Thompson, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Defence, as the first holder of the new position of Civil Service Social Mobility Champion.
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.
The new Civil Service Disability Champion, Philip Rutnam, sets out his plans to support disabled colleagues in the Service.
Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary Richard Heaton talks about his role as Civil Service Race Champion and the importance of racial equality.