Chris Skidmore MP, Minister for the Constitution, discusses the steps being taken to ensure that opportunities to lead UK public bodies are open and accessible to all.
Analysis and factual trends
Zamila Bunglawala and Marcus Bell, respectively deputy director and director of the Race Disparity Unit in the Cabinet Office, explain the purpose of the Race Disparity Audit.
Jazz Bhogal explains how the new Civil Service Diversity and Inclusion Strategy sets out to realise the Civil Service's ambition of being the UK's most inclusive employer by 2020.
Head of the Civil Service Jeremy Heywood explains why diverse and inclusive workplaces are so important – particularly in the Civil Service.
Conrad Bird, Director of the ‘GREAT’ campaign at the Department for International Trade (DIT), explains how they measure its impact.
Exploring Economics is a cross-Civil Service network for increasing awareness and understanding of economics among civil servants and breaking down barriers to smarter economics in government. Thomas Bearpark, Andrew Heron and Ben Glover of the Government Economic Service (GES) explain the principles behind its creation.
Defra Chief Economist John Curnow sets out the insights that economics can provide for environmental policy and the important new approaches being developed on natural capital.
Tom Gelderd, one of the officials who advised on the creation of the Government’s Industrial Strategy, looks at why it’s needed, how it has evolved and the challenges it has faced in the months leading up to its publication.
Alex Aiken, Executive Director, Government Communications, reflects on the success of Civil Service Live and the purpose and benefit of collective learning.
Treasury economists Henry Shennan and Dominic Muir use a series of annotated charts to illustrate the scale of the UK’s productivity challenge.