Equality and diversity
"If you say you are committed, why not try the Neil Armstrong approach - one small step."
Promises to protect whistleblowers are welcome but the culture change needed to realise the Francis vision demands much more
The NHS Providers report Leading by Example marks an important change of approach to tackling racial discrimination
A new court ruling, binding on all European Union states, establishes that obesity can be a disability, whatever its cause
How do social norms and mental models shape individual and collection action, and what does that mean for policy and practice?
The renewed focus on mental illness after the death of Robin Williams has both positive and negative features.
"Everybody’s stories are heavily entwined with the oppressive cultural norms many of us say we are trying to dismantle."
Black and minority ethnic people are seriously under-represented in the NHS leadership, and that matters to us all
A new report shows that more than half of British women surveyed have suffered recent bullying -- and for minorities it's worse.
If NHS staff were more systematically involved in planning and implementing decisions every day would be NHS Change Day
Lawyers fighting legal aid cuts undermine their argument with spurious claims about relative merit
Three big steps in the last week could mean the beginning of the end for the current model of home care in Britain
A new TUC report shows occupational segmentation is more gendered now than 20 years ago. What can be done?
Employee representation on company boards is a vital form of worker voice but the route to workplace democracy must vary.
Our new research report raises big questions that suggest racial discrimination in NHS recruitment. This simply has to stop.
We need to find ways to offer employed people more of the benefits of freelancing -- and vice versa.
In the first part of a series on bullying in the NHS, Roger Kline looks at the scale of the problem and how it has grown.
The Institute of Fundraising aims to influence government charity policy. Here's our idea: pay your interns!
Shouldn't the United Nations be setting a good global example about justice for young workers? So why no pay for its "interns"?
Jeff Sachs says global institutions should set goals that link economic, social and environmental sustainability. Is he right?
Privatisation and deregulation of Britain's schools is leading to a growing number of children losing education and protection.
Recent data from the new NHS Commissioning Board show that white applicants to its positions are far more likely to succeed