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I suspect no-one was more surprised than I was to be awarded the overall Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Award in 2015.
On 14 October, something special is happening - the ceremony for the 10th-anniversary Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Awards.
The civil service's proud record as a disability-friendly employer must not be undermined by performance management
From the CSW editor: A commitment to improving workplace adjustments for officials with disabilities is welcome. But possible discrimination is a real cause for concern
You’ll hopefully have seen in Rupert McNeil’s recent blog that 2016 is the 10th anniversary of
You have probably picked up that our senior leaders have made improving diversity and inclusion in the Civil Service a
We are about to say goodbye to our joint role as Deputy Directors for Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion.
Anyone who reads this blog will know that Diversity and Inclusion is one of my top three priorities as Head of the Civil Service.
I’ve now been Disability Champion for nearly a year. It’s been daunting but also hugely exciting.
Picture in your mind someone with this background:
Over the past four weeks people across the country have been celebrating LGBT History Month.
UK and Scottish civil servants see moving between governments as "very difficult", says Scottish permanent secretary Leslie Evans
Scottish perm sec Leslie Evans tells Institute for Government event civil servants north and south of the border "need to recognise each others’ evolving roles"
This month, indeed every February, is LGBT History Month.
Jeremy Heywood launches new network for black and minority ethnic civil service leaders as Whitehall aims to boost diversity in its top ranks
"One of our most important collective responsibilities is to improve the diversity of our senior leadership," says cabinet secretary, as new senior network launched
Every now and then we do well by taking stock of where we are and to map out the future.