New outcomes for 2023 to 2025Published: 28 April 2023
Freedom of information class: How we deliver functions and services
We brought together quantitative and qualitative evidence to inform our new outcomes.
|External||We reviewed external evidence to understand the inequality that persists in employment and in access to public services. We included official statistics, research reports and policy documents.|
|Internal||We analysed findings from our Wellbeing Survey and the Civil Service People Survey, comparing those with protected characteristics to those without. We also reviewed our EDI data and identified ongoing activity against our EDI action plan.|
|Consultation||While consulting colleagues about our progress to date, we also asked them what more we could do. We shared the external evidence and asked our colleagues how we could address this in RoS. Colleagues shared where they would like RoS to be in two years and suggested activity to get us there.|
Using all this insight we have set four outcomes to mainstream and advance equality for 2023 to 2025. The first continues our outcome from 2021 to 2023, focused on improving our use of data. The remaining three are new.
Our 2023-25 Outcomes
We will have more EDI data available, and we will be using it to understand the impact of our EDI activity
We will have more young people, disabled people and people from minoritised ethnic communities working in RoS
We will be a more inclusive and accessible organisation, guided by lived experience of protected groups
We will have a more accessible learning offer and more EDI learning content