and aims of jfo
aims to be the ultimate resource for victims by
bringing together information, ideas, people and
truly make a
as a community of people who have suffered from workplace
bullying, all have different needs. This
can range from where you are, why you were bullied and
how you were affected. There are many websites out there
and it's hard to collate the information
and help we
from many different sources. Usually,
action or projects are undertaken a solo endeavour,
which itself can be a barrier for many. This may mean
the project is from one viewpoint, one persons experience
so is one more piece of the jigsaw for victims.
individual projects are subject to that persons limited
resources, which may change depending on their circumstances
and why some websites do not evolve as planned (or
by victims). And when that individual is ready to move
on, what then? Is that person left with a legacy that
they feel they must continue with, beyond when is good
for them? Or does it just die and is lost forever?
is so much talent, knowledge, experience and ideas between
us, it makes sense
not to pool it. So this is what jfo aims to do. We started
with a website and interactive forums but we plan to create
a one-stop shop where a victim can get the help, support
and advice they need. It'll take a lot of resources, why
not join us?
to the question 'what is jfo', it's an organisation, a
toolkit, an environment, information hub, knowledgebase,
a community - a revolution.
they say – just fight on
Whatever they do – just fight on
Whenever you stumble – just fight on
Bullying will never cease – let’s
all just fight on
Fight On! was founded by Jo Anne Brown in 2004 and is currently
being formalised. Our aims and objectives will be covered
in more specific detail once our formalisation and future direction
is made public.