Bullying and elitism undermined British Equestrian Federation, report finds
the Guardian -

• Review commissioned after chief executive’s July 2017 resignation• Panel found bullying, elitism and self-interest but not corruption

The British Equestrian Federation was undermined by bullying, elitism and self-interest among its member bodies, according to a report published on Thursday.

The Bef commissioned an independent review following comments made by the organisation’s former chief executive Clare Salmon in her resignation letter last July. Continue reading...


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