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Army Sergeant Major Glenn Haughton: National Anti-Bullying Week #NOBYSTANDERS

The Army fully supports National Anti-Bullying Week and its most senior soldier outlines to the serving community that bullying is unacceptable and incompatible with Values and Standards. The British Army is a professional organisation which seeks to get the best from its people at all times. It achieves this through the principles of Respect for Others and Moral Courage which bring its inclusive culture to life.

The British Army takes every opportunity to educate its soldiers so that they are aware of the impact of their behaviour on those around them. Soldiers are taught that to be professional they should have the moral courage to stand up when they see people treating others in an inappropriate manner. The Army does recognise, however, that on occasions the victims of bullying may not be able to stand up for themselves. It therefore operates an anonymous Speakout Helpline to offer guidance and advice for those who are the victims of bullying.


First World War Centenary logoFirst World War Centenary

2014 marks 100 years since the start of the First World War. Within government the Department for Culture, Media and Sport is leading plans to build a commemoration fitting of this significant milestone in world history.

The Imperial War Museum London has reopened to the public with new First World War galleries showcasing new exhibitions.

Find out how you can get involved in commemorations in your area. Visit the website: www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/first-world-war-centenary

Soldier Magazine online

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