Armed Forces Covenant
The Armed Forces Covenant is about fair treatment. For most of the Armed Forces community, the Covenant is about removing disadvantage; so that they get the same access to services as the civilian community. The Armed Forces Covenant sets out the relationship between the nation, the government and the Armed Forces. It recognises that the whole nation has a moral obligation to members of the Armed Forces and their families, and it establishes how they should expect to be treated.
- view the latest Armed Forces Covenant Newsletter
Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, along with other local authorities across Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull pledged its commitment to the Armed Forces community via the Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull Armed Forces Community Covenant in 2012.
The Covenant’s two principles are that:
- the Armed Forces community should not face disadvantage compared to other citizens in the provision of public and commercial services in the area where they live
- special consideration is appropriate in some cases, especially for those who have given most such as the injured and the bereaved
Warwickshire County Council offer help and services for armed forces personnel and veterans and Nuneaton Veterans Contact Point are also able to assist.
Career Transition Partnership (CTP) are the MoD's official provider of resettlement services to those leaving the Armed Forces and help thousands of Service leavers successfully transition from the military to civilian life each year. Find out further information about CTP and how it can benefit many individual's lives by downloading the information and fact sheet.
For more information on the benifits of the Armed Forces Covenant visit : www.armedforcescovenant.gov.uk
Please take part in our annual AFC Stakeholders Survey 2018. which has been developed in partnership with WCAVA Nuneaton and Bedworth Locality Team, to find out the current knowledge and understanding of local community groups and organisations on the Armed Forces Covenant.
Last updated Thursday, 4th October 2018