To mark Pride month, content designer Paul Graham shares a personal blog with his thoughts on the annual recognition and celebration of LGBT+ communities.
As a gay man, working in DWP Digital, Andy shares his experiences and explains why LGBT+ History Month is still important.
Being inclusive is a really big part of any network, so celebrating Pride month this year has been a challenge. Read some of the ways Oliver and Rachel took part in online events to enable our LGBT+ networks to come together.
50 years on from the Stonewall riots, Taran talks about why it's still as important as ever to march in Pride month.
I've found DWP Digital and the wider Civil Service to be a great place to work, where diversity and inclusion are celebrated and supported at the highest level. Alan reflects on changing times for LGBT History Month.
As 2018 draws to a close, this final blog post of the year looks back, reflects and celebrates the great work of our colleagues and some amazing achievements.
DWP Digital's cross-government LGBT* event on 11 October in Manchester (in partnership with OneTeamGov) brought together colleagues from a range of departments for a day of networking, discussion and practical action on the issue of LGBT* inclusion. Five people who …
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.
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 Shelly Halksworth and I work on the Digital Engagement team at DWP Digital, leading on events. Earlier this month our LGBT* network, DWPride, held a joint event in Leeds with the Department of Health’s network, Prism.