As the organisation's champion for Diversity and Inclusion, Melanie Dawes looks at progress towards a truly inclusive Civil Service, introduces two civil servants from underrepresented groups who describe their experience, and pinpoints five ways in which we can all help to turn ambition into reality.
Chief Executive of the Civil Service John Manzoni looks at how the principles of Smarter Working are supporting the creation of a brilliant Civil Service.
Mark Carney takes questions on a range of challenges facing the Bank of England, from preparations for Brexit, to improving diversity and inclusion, and exploiting the potential in emerging technologies.
The new Success Profiles will allow managers to take a broader view of job candidates and whether they have the right skills, experience, behaviours and strengths for the role.
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.
Zebedee Nartey has worked in the Civil Service since 2001.
Katherine Toomey has been disabled for 20 years. She joined the Civil Service Fast Stream in 2017 and discovered that it offered her real opportunities for personal development.
Andrew Wright, who lost his hearing in his 20s, joined the Civil Service Fast Stream after 15 years as a teacher.
Rosie Melville talks about her experience of the Summer Diversity Internship Programme. This gives talented people from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to see what a career in the Civil Service is like and was Rosie's introduction to the Fast Stream.