In National Grief Awareness Week Katie Bishop shares her experience of being young and bereaved, as she aims to raise awareness of the lasting impact of grief while highlighting the support services available inside and outside of work.
On International Volunteer Day Khadijr Rahman shares her experiences of helping homeless people in Birmingham every month.
On the International Day for Persons with Disabilities, Wendy Marsden shares her experiences of using her mobility scooter in the workplace, and the difference it has made to her level of work fulfilment by enabling her to interact, face to face, with her colleagues.
Ahead of the International Day for Persons with Disabilities, Gabriella Debens reflects on how undiagnosed invisible illness can leave a person with anxiety about their work life, and that making even just a few simple workplace adjustments can make a …
On Computer Security Day, Laurie Doyle from Defra group Security explains the steps we can all take to protect our data. This is particularly important during the upcoming festive season, when many of us are likely to be shopping for gifts online.
In National Tree Week, Defra technology innovation consultant Jon Griffiths shares his insight on how a collaborative project has been investigating where Narrowband-Internet of Things (NB-IoT) technology could help monitor tree growth, and support research into the role trees play in tackling climate change.
On World Fisheries Day Dr Dominic Berry, a member of the Environment Agency’s’ ‘I Want to Fish’ team, reflects on a recently completed research project concerning recreational freshwater fisheries in Wales and England.
In Inter Faith Week, Tricia Olagunju, explains why her faith is important to her and how it has helped her to strive towards helping others.
David Lau and Ethan Summers share some insights into their work to develop an AI (Artificial Intelligence) Community of Interest for colleagues in Defra who are interested in building, and sharing, their knowledge of this rapidly expanding technology.
On World Adoption Day, Emma-Claire Shaw reflects on her own experiences of adopting, five years ago, and looks forward to embarking on the adoption journey for a second time, very soon.