Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam announces details of the new panel.
Sue Owen, Civil Service LGBTi Champion, believes diversity among our successful Olympians and Paralympians can help us reduce discrimination in sport.
With just days to go before the survey of the socio-economic background of senior civil servants closes, Civil Service Social Mobility Champion Jon...
Fear of public speaking is one of the commonest phobias. Read how one civil servant has fought his fear.
Nine things civil servants could be doing differently since their biggest learning event of the year.
Jonathan Jones, Head of the Government Legal Service, writes his first blog as the Civil Service Health and Well-Being Champion.
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Meet some of our diversity & inclusion champions
Sue Owen is the Permanent Secretary for the Department for Culture, Media & Sport and the Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Champion and LGB&TI Champion.
Since June 2015, Jon has been the Civil Service Social Mobility Champion.
He was appointed Chief Executive and Permanent Secretary of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in April 2016 after more than three years as Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Defence.
Richard Heaton became the Civil Service Race Champion in April 2014.
He has been Permanent Secretary for MOJ since August 2015. Before that he was Permanent Secretary for the Cabinet Office (from August 2012).
Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion
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What shape expert are you?
A short film explaining what being a T-shaped expert means, and why it's important to the future of the Civil Service.
'A Brilliant Civil Service'
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