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Equal opportunities advisor

#4
We had a Para Major as ours, once. Entirely even treatment - no discrimination on race, sex, preferred bonking partner's (or even s') sex, colour, creed or cap-badge. Hated everybody - equally.

Except fat knackers. He really, really hated fat knackers. But that wasn't, at the time, a protected characteristic.
 
#5
skid stop bleating on here, grow some balls and go and put your views in the in-tray of your E & O Advisors. Be prepared to write a letter to your CO stating the facts of the case and wait for further Info.

If you decide you don't want to go through with it than you are obviously crying wolf and deserve the fall out of your actions.
 
#7
Technically the Equality and Diversity Advisor advises the CO on all things to do with E&D. It is the CO's job to investigate complaints although he is advised by guess who. If you have a Service Complaint you should put it on an Annex F to JSP 831 (or just on a piece of paper) and give it to the CO. You can get help to do this if you want it from a friend or someone in your chain of command. If it is an E&D matter you can ask the E&D advisor to help with your complaint.

Don't believe all the macho stuff about, sort it out yourself or real soldiers don't complain. I am no keener than the next man on whingers but if you think you have been wronged you have a right to complain and get things put right.

If you can't talk to anyone in the unit then send your complaint to the Service Complaints Commissioner. It will go from her office to the CO anyway but it may be the easiest place to start
 
#11
F*%k off you rightist c*%t!!
How attractive.

OK, so you have a "friend" who has been referred to the Mental Health people because of bullying (please let it be Catterick, please let it be Catterick).

Your "friend" has had a 3 MWO/Minor Sanction/Formal Warning (not sussed that one out yet) and wants to make a Formal Complaint.

You, on behalf of your "friend" is not getting the right answers and is throwing a hissy fit.

Am I right so far, girls and boys?

You have had some good advice on all the threads you started, but have chosen to ignore them and persist in starting new threads. The more you do that, the more you will be ridiculed.

There is a lot of knowledge in this forum, but you choose not to accept it. On behalf of your "friend" just come clean and tell us the truth.

Or die by Um Bongo.
 
#12
These are not all connected to one incident or person my friend.Some of them are imaginary questions based on the balance of probabilty and some of them are questions related to me.
 
#14
These are not all connected to one incident or person my friend.Some of them are imaginary questions based on the balance of probabilty and some of them are questions related to me.
Just tell us the bloody truth. PM me if necessary.

I was SSA at the Kingos - nothing scares me!!!!

(Unless it's a photo of a bloke in whitey tighties - that's nasty - will you boys stop it please?).
 
#15
Stop being a tropper and tell everyone what you have done so you can get the best advice.

Stop making multiple posts asking the same shite.
 
#16
These are not all connected to one incident or person my friend.Some of them are imaginary questions based on the balance of probabilty and some of them are questions related to me.
I agree you should be able to ask imaginary questions for anonimous friends,a friend of mine wants to ask a question not relating to me at all or my friend we will just call him soldier A.....if he had a one night stand then he started to get spots on his.........in fact no I wont ask that on an internet forumn ill go and listen to the experts instead.


Why dont you stop making yourself look a chopper with crap threads and listen to advice.
 
#17
Sexism and racism remain "significant issues" in the Armed Forces, according to a representative of the website responsible for hosting lewd online discussions.

A spokesman for the British Army Rumour Service (ARRSE) website said the problems stemmed from the recruitment of Forces members from deprived areas.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) last week distanced itself from graphic discussions on the website about how to treat women at training barracks. It said ARRSE was an independent website and was not exclusively used by services personnel.
But in an e-mail to Personnel Today on behalf of the website, someone calling themselves 'Bad Commanding Officer' conceded that discrimination was a major problem in the Armed Forces.
"The Army is an organisation that recruits from some of the most deprived areas of our society," he said. "The young people who come from these backgrounds have often been failed by their parents, the educational system and society. I have no doubt that both sexism and racism remain significant issues, both in deprived areas of the country and in our Armed Forces."
The Commons defence committee warned in December last year that sexual harassment had reached "alarming levels" in military ranks. And the MoD presented findings to the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) last month as part of a three-year plan to combat the problem.
However, the EOC said that it would not be commenting on the ministry's progress until June 2008.
Last week, Conservative Party leader David Cameron sacked homeland security spokesman Patrick Mercer after he said that some ethnic minority soldiers used racism as a "cover" for idleness.




STRAIGHT FROM THE HORSES MOUTH AND THE TRUTH.
 
#18
Sexism and racism remain "significant issues" in the Armed Forces, according to a representative of the website responsible for hosting lewd online discussions.

A spokesman for the British Army Rumour Service (ARRSE) website said the problems stemmed from the recruitment of Forces members from deprived areas.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) last week distanced itself from graphic discussions on the website about how to treat women at training barracks. It said ARRSE was an independent website and was not exclusively used by services personnel.
But in an e-mail to Personnel Today on behalf of the website, someone calling themselves 'Bad Commanding Officer' conceded that discrimination was a major problem in the Armed Forces.
"The Army is an organisation that recruits from some of the most deprived areas of our society," he said. "The young people who come from these backgrounds have often been failed by their parents, the educational system and society. I have no doubt that both sexism and racism remain significant issues, both in deprived areas of the country and in our Armed Forces."
The Commons defence committee warned in December last year that sexual harassment had reached "alarming levels" in military ranks. And the MoD presented findings to the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) last month as part of a three-year plan to combat the problem.
However, the EOC said that it would not be commenting on the ministry's progress until June 2008.
Last week, Conservative Party leader David Cameron sacked homeland security spokesman Patrick Mercer after he said that some ethnic minority soldiers used racism as a "cover" for idleness.




STRAIGHT FROM THE HORSES MOUTH AND THE TRUTH.
You're an absolute cock.
 

jarrod248

LE
Gallery Guru
#20
sexism and racism remain "significant issues" in the armed forces, according to a representative of the website responsible for hosting lewd online discussions.

A spokesman for the british army rumour service (arrse) website said the problems stemmed from the recruitment of forces members from deprived areas.
The ministry of defence (mod) last week distanced itself from graphic discussions on the website about how to treat women at training barracks. It said arrse was an independent website and was not exclusively used by services personnel.
But in an e-mail to personnel today on behalf of the website, someone calling themselves 'bad commanding officer' conceded that discrimination was a major problem in the armed forces.
"the army is an organisation that recruits from some of the most deprived areas of our society," he said. "the young people who come from these backgrounds have often been failed by their parents, the educational system and society. I have no doubt that both sexism and racism remain significant issues, both in deprived areas of the country and in our armed forces."
the commons defence committee warned in december last year that sexual harassment had reached "alarming levels" in military ranks. And the mod presented findings to the equal opportunities commission (eoc) last month as part of a three-year plan to combat the problem.
However, the eoc said that it would not be commenting on the ministry's progress until june 2008.
Last week, conservative party leader david cameron sacked homeland security spokesman patrick mercer after he said that some ethnic minority soldiers used racism as a "cover" for idleness.




Straight from the horses mouth and the truth.
you can't handle the truth.
 

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