What do we most want our senior leaders to do? The pledge made by Dr June Milligan, a director-general in the Welsh Government, after co-hosting a Leadership Statement discovery session, was both a personal commitment and a call to action.
Professor Binna Kandola, OBE, a provider of unconscious bias learning to civil servants, explains why diversity and inclusion have to go hand in hand in organisations.
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.
Fresh from taking part in the annual Pride march in London with the Civil Service Rainbow Alliance, DECC civil servant Brais Louro-Larino describes what Pride means to him.
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.
With nominations for the 2015 Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Awards closing on 19 June, our Diversity Champion Sir Simon Fraser explains why it's important to recognise the achievements of those who are helping us to value difference.
GCHQ Director Robert Hannigan talks about his pride at seeing the Doughnut sporting the rainbow colours, and the importance of diversity at his department.
The new Civil Service Disability Champion, Philip Rutnam, sets out his plans to support disabled colleagues in the Service.
John Manzoni looks at why social mobility is so important for the Civil Service, and how it's integral part of the Talent Action Plan.
Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary Richard Heaton talks about his role as Civil Service Race Champion and the importance of racial equality.