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Rule 2.2 Responsibilities within the Equal Opportunities Policy

All adults in Scouting have a responsibility for the operation of the Association's equal opportunities policy.

a. The District Commissioner or the County Commissioner, as appropriate, must be satisfied that all applicants for Leader or Commissioner appointments are fully aware that they will be required by their personal example to operate the Association's equal opportunities policy.

They must also be satisfied that all those whom they invite to assist them in other ways in the work of the District or County are upholding the Association's equal opportunities policy by the personal example that they set before the Scouts in the District or County as the case may be.

b. Group Scout Leaders must be satisfied that all those whom they invite to assist them in the work of the Group will uphold the Association's equal opportunities policy by the personal example that they set before the Scouts in the Group.

c. Appointment Advisory Committees are required to operate the Association's equal opportunities policy in their work.

d. The District Executive or the County Executive Committee, as appropriate, must be satisfied that all applicants for appointments in their gift are fully aware that they will be required by their personal example to operate the Association's equal opportunities policy.

 

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