To mark International Women's Day, Berenice Burnett writes about Jane Archer, one of the women who inspired her.
Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil looks at progress towards balanced gender representation in the Civil Service.
On International Women's Day, Antonia Romeo looks at progress on equality for women and the drive for greater diversity and inclusion in her own department.
This year on International Women's Day the Civil Service is celebrating some of the inspiring women working in the public sector.
Finding no women's network at the Department for Education when they moved there, Carolyn O'Connor and Beth Walker set about creating one.
Scottish Government Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans marks International Women's Day (8 March) by looking at progress in the Civil Service on closing the gender pay gap.
On the eve of International Women's Day, Eleanor Binks looks back on her time as co-chair of the Cross-Government Women's Network (CGWN).
The Civil Service is running 10 events in different parts of the country on 8 March to mark International Women's Day – and you can book now to attend the event nearest to you.
Melanie Dawes looks back on what International Women's Day means for the Civil Service, and looks ahead to meeting these challenges in her role as Civil Service Gender Champion.
What were the issues discussed at this year's cross-government International Women's Day event?