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Representation

BAFF campaigns for full acceptance of the right of armed forces personnel to effective independent representative arrangements which are consistent with the particular requirements of the armed forces.

Title Published Date
March 2007: 'Commonwealth soldiers form union' 24 April 2007
British soldiers want a federation, poll finds 28 September 2008
Independent staff association for UK forces 09 August 2009
'Armed Forces Federation': Half a century 1956-2006 11 August 2009
The British General and the Bosnia 'Mutiny' 21 August 2009
More about representation for Australian Defence Force personnel 24 August 2009
Personnel representation in Australian armed forces 01 September 2009
BAFF Ten Point Plan 2006 05 September 2009
Armed Forces Federation foreshadowed in MoD's official Bett Review (1995) 16 September 2009
Armed forces trade unions? 12 July 2011
BAFF comment on the ADEFDROMIL and Messely ECHR decisions 02 October 2014
The "right of association" for service personnel: A view from Denmark 24 November 2014
'No need for staff association, because service family federations do a very good job on behalf of forces personnel' 22 June 2018
Working towards true representation for armed forces personnel 09 February 2019
BAFF Quotes 17 March 2019
Armed Forces Bill: SNP support statutory footing for a British Armed Forces Federation 29 May 2019
Armed forces personnel and the 'right to strike' 29 June 2019
AFPRB 2019: 'Multi-year deals would not benefit the armed forces' 22 July 2019