英国の女性参謀のほぼ3分の2がいじめを報告している, セクハラと差別, 画期的なレポートによると

ロンドン Nearly two-thirds of women in the UK military have experienced bullying, キャリア中のセクハラと差別, 日曜日に明らかにされた画期的な議会報告.

The UK defense subcommittee, which described its inquiry into the treatment of women in the military asone of the most importantin its history, と言いました 62% of respondents said they had experienced some form of bullying, harassment or discrimination while serving.
より多い 4,100 women testified for the report, including staff and veterans.
    The testimonies, given in confidential and public evidence, include gang-rape, sexual assault by drugs, sexual exploitation of under-18s andtrophiesor contests tobag the womenon camp or on ships.
      Some women also claimed they were bullied for refusing sexual advances and witnessed groups of men attacking their friends but weretoo afraid to report it.
        The military has come a long way in recent years… しかしながら, it is clear to us that the military is, いろいろな意味で, a man’s world,” Sarah Atherton, chair of the subcommittee on women in the Armed Forces, 声明で言った.
        She added thatthe Complaints system, as it stands, is woefully inadequate and leaves most feeling unable to come forward.
          Atherton also said that while many commanding officers want todo the right thing,” female staff are beinglet down by the chain of command,” explaining that there had been accusations ofsenior officers sweeping complaints under the rug to protect their own reputations and careers.
          Drawing from the report, Atherton suggests that the serious sexual offenses should not be tried in a military court, given that conviction rates arefour to six times lowerthan a normal court.
          She said that servicewomen are beingdenied justice.
          ザ・ 報告する is the first of its kind, with the Ministry of Defence (MoD) lifting the usual restrictions that prevent service personnel from contributing to parliamentary inquiries.
          Following the report’s publication, the MoD said in a post on Twitter: “Bullying and harassment is entirely unacceptable within the Armed Forces, and we are committed to eliminating all inappropriate behaviours.
            Despite their testimonies, nine out of 10 female service staff would still recommend a career in the military, Atherton said.
            Now that the issues for military women have been exposed, it is time we started to protect those who protect us and make changes that better our Armed Forces, for all who serve,” 彼女は言いました.

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