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Boundary less Leadership through role-modelling

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Let's all help drive Inclusion through positive role-modelling. The Civil Service aim is to be the most inclusive UK employer and supporting senior ethnic diversity is a key part of this.

Statistics show proportionately there are fewer representatives from an ethnic minority background the higher up the grades you go.

New decade new goals

This event is to encourage all, but particularly those from a BAME heritage, on their leadership journey.

The day will be a mixture of networking, hearing inspiring BAME leadership journeys and top tips for progression.

There will also be a mixed panel discussion from a number of professions.

When: 18 February 2020

Time: 10:00am to 16:00 (arrival between 10:00am and 10:30am to allow time to register at reception).

Please bring your government I.D for reception purposes on the day and read pre-eventbrite message regarding lunch.

Where: Central Hall Westminster, Storey's Gate, Westminster, London SW1H 9NH.

Book your place on Eventbrite (with your Gov.Uk email address please).

This event is in collaboration with Race to the Top G6/7 network, which aims to reach out as visible role models to the grades below.

We hope you can join us for this eventful diverse day!

Please note that you will need to seek approval from your line manager and any travel and subsistence costs must be met by your own department.

Please do not hesitate to contact us and let us know if you have any accessibility requirements.

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  1. Comment by Sharon posted on

    So an event on diversity is being held at Westminster Central Methodist Hall who don’t currently recognise marriage equality.

    The Methodist's current definition says marriage is "intended to be a permanent relationship between a man and a woman...“ and whilst there is consent in principle to the marriage of same-sex couples on Methodist's premises (following a vote at their conference last July), this won't happen until a vote at their conference in July of this year passes the policy.

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      Comment by John Mark Haskey posted on

      Sharon, thank you for your comment. We had originally booked to hold this event at the BEIS Conference Centre but were decanted due to BEIS needing to use the Conference Centre for Brexit work. However, Government event organisers and service providers are often grateful to use premises provided by commercial, other public sector or 3rd sector owners. Use does not imply endorsement of every opinion held by the owner. We respect freedom of belief and expression and the right to hold different views. Methodists are entitled to have their debate about the nature of marriage, as are all other faith groups.