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Can you please state the Law with full references - my

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Can you please state the Law with full references - my Question is: Does the Law require the Church of England (or an individual diocese) to have a public access Bullying Policy in place that can be consulted and enforced when a breach occurs ? Thank you
JA: Have you talked to a lawyer about this? In which country do you live? If different, which country is your legal question related to?
Customer: The Question relates to England?London
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Customer: 9 times asked the Church of England by e mail and Letter, and phone. No response
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Customer: I am a victim of harassment, bullying and intimidation for the last few years.
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It remains possible for legislation concerning the Church of England to be made by Act of Parliament, but this has happened only rarely since the 1919 Act, and there is a constitutional convention that Parliament will not legislate for the internal affairs of the Church of England without its consent.

Section 14.1 Guidelines for the Professional Conduct of the Clergy, states that

There is procedures that should be followed, Ministry Division publication Dignity at Work (2008) The clergy and those who support them should be aware of the Ministry Division publication Dignity at Work (2008) and its recommendations concerning bullying, harassment, and accusation at work.

I have attached directly link Below to the document .
https://www.churchofengland.org/sites/default/files/2017-10/dignity%20at%20work%20booklet.pdf

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