Getting more diverse and BME applicants for public affairs jobs

  • Context: what was the situation or issue or problem?
  • Conduct: what did you do (not your team — you!) to fix it / improve it?
  • Conclusion: why did what you did make a difference? What changed? What did you learn?

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TUC head of campaigns & comms. South-east Londoner.

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