One stop shop for conscientious objection, just one of a number of organisations which offer help if you need it.
‘most people experience delays and not all senior military staff have been advised of the correct response to, and the legal entitlements of, conscientious objectors’
The Ministry of Defence often fails to inform members of the Armed Forces of their legal right to object to war, either before or after posting them to their new stations. For some, this is not a problem, but for others, it is.
If you know any members of the Armed Forces who have scruples about being involved with a particular war or with war in general, please tell them about At Ease. They may need our help.
We may also be able to help them with other problems they might have. At Ease is a free advice service for members of the Armed Forces, including Reservists, and their families.
At Ease is completely confidential. Callers do not have to give us their names. We are also completely independent and have no connection with the MOD.
Telephone: 020 7490 5223 (Sundays only, between 5pm – 7pm)
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