One of the best things about the Civil Service is our diversity and inclusion (D&I) policies. As the largest government department the DWP is committed to bringing about real change in the D&I space.
I’m Emma, a working mum. My daughter has just turned 6 and I’m a Senior Agile Delivery Manager at DWP Digital. Balancing work and life is incredibly important to me.
I feel honoured to have been invited to deliver a keynote speech at the second DWP Women in Digital event on Wednesday 20 June.
One of my priorities is raising the profile of women in digital. I’m therefore delighted to be one of the hosts at our second Women in Digital event on Wednesday 20 June in Leeds.
It’s the holy month of Ramadan and as a Muslim I’ll be fasting, which means I won’t eat or drink between dawn and sunset.
It’s Mental Health Awareness week (14-20 May) and this year the theme is ‘Stress – are we coping?’ Stress – are we coping? In our Sheffield hub we have a Mental Health Wellbeing group to promote and protect mental health …
I’m not all that confident when it comes to speaking out, but I feel that I’m on a learning curve to improve my communication and technical skills, and have lots to share with others.
Hi I’m Shelley and I’m the Yorkshire and Humberside (Y&H) regional lead for DWP’s LGBT* network, DWPride. I’m passionate about increasing awareness of diversity and inclusion in DWP and more widely across the Civil Service. I’m also a friend and …
I’m Ozma, the DWP Gender Diversity lead in DWP Digital and I’m looking forward to working on this year’s ‘#PressforProgress’ International Women’s Day campaign.
I’m Angie Tailby, an Archivist in the DWP Research Library, DWP Digital. I’ve been looking through the archives in celebration of the centenary of the women’s suffrage movement.