National Carers Week runs from 10 - 16 June and recognises the 6.5 million people in the UK who are caring for a family member or friend with a disability, mental or physical illness, or supporting those who require extra …
Today on International Day of Families we are sharing some advice on initiatives which can help you balance work and family life.
Did you know that the number of women in low skilled and low paid roles is a driver of the Gender Pay Gap? Last month we held a seminar with some of the industry's top academics to understand why.
We want to hear about the experiences of people who have been through efforts to change sexual orientation or gender identity.
Find out more about our commitment to support LGBT voluntary and charitable sector organisations and the funding we have awarded to Consortium to help deliver this aim.
In this blog post, Minister Atkins sets out the ways that employers can take decisive action and close their gender pay gaps.
Penny Mordaunt explains why legalising civil partnerships for all will ensure the law reflects Britain today.
We’re looking to carry out interviews with people with self-declared disabilities who are or were MPs or councillors, stood for election or selection, or considered standing but decided against doing so.
Yemi Morgan-Raiwe from Enfield Council gives her advice to others thinking of returning to work after a break due to caring responsibilities.
This week, we’ve launched a process to find an organisation to help us develop skills and capacity in the LGBT sector. Our new LGBT Sector and Community Development Scheme will offer up to £600,000 to build capability with LGBT groups …