This is an exciting time for the civil service, promising lots of new opportunities for colleagues throughout the north west. But how much do you know about these programmes? And how can you be ready to take advantage of them?
Join us on 25 October to hear stories from Honours recipients, and to mark Black History Month you'll also learn how you can help to make our Honours system even more representative of all communities across the UK.
Join us on 7 October 2021 to hear from prominent Black women in public life – ‘Our stories have power’ - a collaborative national online event to celebrate Black History Month brought to you by Civil Service Local East, South-East and London (ESEL) and the Department for Levelling up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) Race network - BAMEnet.
Join our ONE Midlands online event celebrating National Inclusion Week. The focus will be on the importance of networking and spotlight the exciting work of some of our regional networks. Sign up to hear their future plans and learn how you can get involved.
Would you like to know more about the Diversity and Inclusion within the Civil Service? If so, why not join us at our virtual event to engage with other civil servants, listen to thought-provoking sessions and meet inspiring people sharing their experiences, knowledge and expertise.
Scotland's Civil Service local environmental network are working in partnership with the Civil Service Environment network. Come along to our next meeting and hear from Zero Waste Scotland and Home Energy Scotland, if you like what you hear you too can join our network
Wherever you are based in the East, South East and London region, if you are passionate about contributing ideas that will enhance our citizen outreach activities and make a difference to the lives of the citizens that we serve then we would love to hear from you.
Are you an unpaid carer? Do you see it as just part of everyday life to keep trying to push through the days and weeks to get to the next one? Would you like to be part of a supportive network of people facing the same issues and challenges as you?
Civil Service Local: East, South-East & London (ESEL) and cross-government Race to the Top G6/7 network are proud to invite you to their first ever cross-departmental Black History Month national event on 30 October 2020.
Today I want to reflect back over the thoughts through the week, and give an insight into a couple of stories from Civil Service Colleagues who are happy to share their experiences around caring. Hopefully these little blogs have prompted …
2020 is the Civil Service Year of Inclusion - an opportunity for us to celebrate our achievements to date and to think about how to continue making the Civil Service a great place to work. In this Carers Week mini-blog …
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