Webinar: Taking action on social mobility with Shaun McNally, Social Mobility Champion, Ministry of Justice

Please apply now to secure your spot on this live webinar. Sign up as usual using your WIG account, an invitation to register on the webinar platform confirming your place will be sent out a week ahead of the session. WIG members are guaranteed a place by applying to attend. 

We are delighted to be hosting Shaun McNally, Social Mobility Champion at the Ministry of Justice, for a webinar discussing the MoJ’s approach to improving opportunities for people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Join us live for your opportunity to:

  • Learn about the importance of social mobility for Diversity & Inclusion from an organisational perspective, and how to build a business case for it
  • Gain insight into the MoJ’s Social Mobility Action Plan, covering working with young people, recruitment and selection, attraction of talent, removing barriers, career progression, and more
  • Understand the key stumbling blocks to tackling social mobility and how COVID-19 has impacted initiatives to address it, as well as how cross-sector collaboration can help with this

 

  • Shaun McNally

    Social Mobility Champion

    Ministry of Justice

    Shaun is currently SRO for COVID-19 Response Team co-ordinating MoJ’s response to the pandemic, and previously led the Brexit Planning and Preparedness team from July 2019. He was CEO of the Legal Aid Agency (LAA) and Director of Legal Aid Casework for over 3 years. He is Social Mobility Champion and Head of the Operational Delivery Profession at the MOJ, and has a proven track record working in various strategic operational roles. He is currently undertaking the High Potential Development Scheme and is a graduate of the Major Project Leadership Academy, he has programme and project management experience having successfully delivered many Major Programmes across the Justice System. He was awarded a CBE for outstanding service and leadership with Her Majesty’s Courts Service and for establishing the North Liverpool Community Justice Centre in 2008.

 

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