On the face of it, the journey for LGBT+ equality in the UK has been a massive success over the last 50 years. Things that would have once been unimaginable – having our identities protected in law, getting married, starting …
Earlier this month, we published our gender equality roadmap, setting out plans to tackle inequalities women face throughout their lifetimes, from school to retirement. A key part of the roadmap was deepening our understanding around the root causes of gender …
Elysia McCaffrey from Government Equalities Office writes about the work being undertaken in championing positive body image.
Paul Chapman, National Lead for the Return to Practice programme, answers some of your top questions around starting and promoting returner programmes. Paul has supported many allied health professionals and healthcare scientists to return to work.
In this guest blog, Jennifer Smith, Head of Inclusion at British Film Institute, explains the steps being taken to prevent bullying and harassment in the screen industries.
National Carers Week 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 help as they grow older. Nearly half …
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.
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.