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Diversity & Inclusion

How do you spell “you”?  Discovering dyslexia and the power of having mentor

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How do you spell “you”?  Discovering dyslexia and the power of having mentor Nigel Barraclough, Government Science & Engineering (GSE) member and civil servant for over 20 years, writes about his experience managing dyslexia and how having a mentor made …

An invitation to share your thoughts on UKRI’s draft strategy

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The consultation on UKRI’s new Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy is open until noon on 28 March 2022. The draft strategy sets out UKRI’s ambition for an inclusive research and innovation system and UKRI’s long-term commitment to achieving this aim. The …

The importance of the Workplace Adjustment Passport for Civil Service employees

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The importance of the Workplace Adjustment Passport for Civil Service employees What is a Workplace Adjustment Passport? The Workplace Adjustment Passport is a very helpful tool to support employees with a disability, health condition or those who are undergoing gender …

Natives by Akala - A must-read for Black History Month 2021

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If you want to explore the idea of meritocracy and engage with a provocative discussion on the success of the British Empire, you will certainly discover some novel insights from Akala’s debut book Natives. Akala is a well-known figure in …