Diversity and inclusion at Ofcom

Ofcom is determined to do all we can to promote diversity and inclusion inside our organisation and in the wider sectors we regulate.

Our mission is to ‘make communications work for everyone’. If we are to succeed, our organisation must reflect the diversity of background, experience, upbringing and thought that exists across the UK.

Our  diversity and inclusion strategy (PDF, 1.7 MB) was published in January 2021. It sets out our five-year strategy for making Ofcom a more diverse and more inclusive organisation. We are driven by the principles and commitments set out in this strategy.

We monitor our policies and practices extensively through data analysis and internal reporting, colleague surveys, consulting with colleague networks, external benchmarking and a regular equal pay audit and pay gap reporting.

Our most recent diversity and inclusion reports are available below.

Progress update for 2022/23 (and work programme for 2023/24)

This is our second progress report since publishing our diversity and inclusion strategy for 2021-26. It includes our gender, ethnicity and disability pay gap data for 2022/23.

Making Ofcom work for everyone: our diversity and inclusion progress update for 2022/23 (PDF, 5.6 MB)
Published 2 August 2023

Sicrhau bod Ofcom yn gweithio i bawb: Diweddariad cynnydd amrywiaeth a chynhwysiad 2022/23 (PDF, 2.5 MB)
Cyhoeddwyd 2 Awst 2023

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