Matthew Coats, Ministry of Justice Chief Operating Officer, says there are things we can all do differently to make a workplace where your background is no barrier to success.
In Black History Month, Civil Service Race Champion Richard Heaton has three requests for civil servants to promote race equality.
What does being a 'data-driven' department mean for the Ministry of Justice? Permanent Secretary Richard Heaton explains.
Steve Marshall of MOJ Digital recounts his experience - the joys and challenges - of shared parental leave and why he'd recommend it to expectant parents.
Alison Saunders, Director of Public Prosecutions, looks at how CPS staff diversity complements their successes in race hate prosecutions, to the benefit of all.
A year after his team won a Civil Service Award for the HMYOI Cookham Wood, Andrew Digby looks at how far the Building Information Modelling project has come.
Matthew Coats, chief executive at the Legal Aid Agency, explains why he believes no organisation can succeed that does not fully embrace diversity and inclusion.
Rob Neil, MoJ's interim head of Diversity & Inclusion, urges everyone to take part in the largest-ever Race at Work survey. The results will help inform the Talent Action Plan to remove barriers to success for under-represented groups.
Paul Cox from the Ministry of Justice explains how the department is using commuter hubs to cut down on commuting and cater for those who find it difficult to work from home.
Amy Rees turned round morale at HM Prison Brixton during her three years as governor, with an imaginative approach to problem solving and a focus on celebrating success. She writes about how she approached the challenge – which led to the recognition of two Civil Service Awards.