Investigate the discrimination and why poor mental health is so prevalent in staff at BISC

Investigate the discrimination and why poor mental health is so prevalent in staff at BISC

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Frank D'Scussion started this petition to Dr. Daniel R. Woolf and

1 in 4 people suffer with poor mental health and are protected against discrimination in the UK yet staff at the Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex face losing their jobs when taking time out to recover from poor mental health.


Stress is rife within staff at the offshoot of Queens University Canada, they can be found crying in their offices, walking out of work and at the worst 1 staff member has completed suicide yet nothing changes in the attitude toward mental health.
With no support in place for staff and a senior management team whose response is to hide the results of poor mental health or remove people from their jobs when their mental health has deteriorated this is a situation that is criminal in its moral obligations and must be investigated and brought into the modern age.


The parent university, Queens Canada has robust process and support in place, but this offshoot doesn't even have a stress policy in place let alone support for those with poor mental health. It’s time that queens fully investigated the mental wellbeing of the people that delivery to its students and ensure that those in charge take responsibility for their attitude toward poor mental health.

  • We are calling for an independent member of the Queens University to visit BISC and complete an investigation into the current claims of Disability Discrimination. Just what support the staff member who completed suicide received and importantly why so many staff need time off for stress or can be found crying in their offices because of stress.


This must stop now before another person is left seriously ill by their neglect

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