World Mental Health Day
On World Mental Health Day, the UK's Intelligence Agencies (MI5, MI6 and GCHQ) are coming together to support Time to Change's goal of breaking the silence and ending the stigma around mental health, with the Heads signing the Employer pledge.
One in four people in Britain experience a mental health problem every day and many suffer in silence. Whether that's people in our organisations or in wider society, we are committed to changing the way everyone thinks and acts about mental health.
With the nature of our work, the mental wellbeing of our colleagues is vital. We will continue to encourage open conversations about mental health, make improvements to our policies and procedures, and strive to foster an even more supportive and inclusive culture where everyone can be themselves and feel supported every day.
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MI5 And Police Issue Joint Message on Terrorism02/04/2019 15:42:00
Andrew Parker, Director General of MI5, and Cressida Dick, the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, wrote in The Times newspaper on 29 March to explain how both organisations are working together to tackle the terrorist threat.
GCHQ Centenary Plaque Unveiling18/02/2019 16:15:00
Andrew Parker, Director General of MI5, was present on 14 February at the unveiling by HM The Queen of a plaque at Watergate House, the original home of our partners at the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), as part of their centenary celebrations.
MI5 Ranked as A Top 10 LGBT+ Inclusive Employer22/01/2019 10:15:00
MI5 is delighted to once again be ranked as a Top 10 LGBT+ inclusive employer in Stonewall's Workplace Equality Index 2019.
MI5 Publishes 2018 Gender Pay Gap Report20/12/2018 15:25:00
oday MI5, along with SIS and GCHQ, has published its Gender Pay Gap report for the first time.
Centenary of women’s suffrage - 100 years of women in MI517/12/2018 10:15:00
The role of women in MI5 in WW1 is summarised in a report of April 1920 which was reviewed and released to the National Archive (TNA) by MI5 in the late 1990s.MI5 is celebrating the centenary of women’s right to vote with a number of events.
Remembrance 10012/11/2018 15:15:15
11th November 2018 marked the centenary of the end of the First World War. During this period of remembrance MI5 joined people around the world in reflecting on the lives that were changed and those that were lost.
Women in Defence Awards 201809/11/2018 16:17:00
The winners of the Women in Defence UK Awards 2018 were announced by the Secretary of State for Defence, The Rt Hon Gavin Williamson CBE MP, at a ceremony at the Imperial War Museum in London on Tuesday 6th November 2018. MI5 and GCHQ finalists were successful in two of the ten categories.
Director General Andrew Parker Speech to BFV Symposium18/06/2018 12:47:00
MI5 Director General Andrew Parker recently gave a speech to the BfV Symposium in Berlin on 14 May 2018.