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.
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.
Clare Moriarty looks back at some of the highlights of 2019 from her perspective as Civil Service Faith and Belief Champion.
To mark the forthcoming Inter Faith Week, Peter Benton, Faith and Belief Champion at the Office for National Statistics, talks about the importance of learning more about each other’s faiths and beliefs.
The chair of the Civil Service Hindu Connection explains the purpose of this new cross-government staff network and the meaning for Hindus of the festival of Diwali.
Jonathan Slater, Civil Service LGB&TI Champion, talks about the significance of National Coming Out Day for LGB&TI people and the responsibility of all civil servants to help create an inclusive workplace.
Civil Service Faith & Belief Champion Clare Moriarty launches a new toolkit to support the building of inclusive cultures for civil servants of all faiths and none.
Clare Moriarty introduces the Award for Championing Faith and Belief Inclusion, a new category in this year's Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Awards.
Clare Moriarty, Civil Service Faith & Belief Champion, writes about Civil Service activities marking Inter Faith Week (11-18 November), and about a new network of champions helping to promote faith literacy and inclusion.
To mark World Humanist Day, Roger Hutton, Humanist Champion at the Ministry of Defence, explains what humanism means to him.