Sue Owen looks at work across the Civil Service to make it more inclusive of colleagues who are LGBTi.
Jeremy Heywood explains why he has asked all senior civil servants to complete a survey on their socio-economic background and how this will help the Civil Service support social mobility.
The Civil Service has repeated its success in a national employment inclusion awards scheme.
Sue Owen encourages aspiring leaders to apply for two important Civil Service talent development schemes, and emphasises their potential for increasing diversity at senior levels.
Caz Thomas, Chair of the Civil Service Job Share and Alternative Working Network, charts the progress of job sharing in the Civil Service.
Jeremy Heywood responds to a blog post by Jill Rutter of the Institute for Government on the representation of women at senior levels in the Civil Service.
Driving test manager Chas Perkins gives top marks for his experience as one of the first volunteers for a Civil Service programme to inspire schoolchildren about careers in government.
Deborah Brooks and Susie Owen reflect on their time as Deputy Directors for Civil Service Diversity and Inclusion – and how we will know when we've achieved it.
In announcing a new Social Mobility Plan, Minister for the Cabinet Office Matt Hancock urged civil servants to volunteer just an hour a year to inspire young people. Here's what it involves.
Minister for the Cabinet Office Matt Hancock introduces the Talent Action Plan 2016, including a Social Mobility Plan with an opportunity for civil servants to 'inspire the future'.