It's not a big stretch to introduce a gold standard for all ombudsmen
In many ways, ombudsmen
are our safety net - we aren't guaranteed to get what we want, but we should get a fair hearing.
--The National Defence and Canadian Forces Ombudsman was established in 1998 at a time when the creation of speciality ombudsmen
was already in vogue.
"Every country suffers from democracy problems and we should help these countries to implement ombudsmen
laws," said Delevoye.
AH: What other resources are available to ombudsmen
play a number of different roles in performing their functions, and many of them will be familiar to EA professionals.
Paid and volunteer ombudsmen
work to settle problems in nursing facilities, board and care homes, assisted living facilities and similar adult care facilities.
Our job as Tel Hai ombudsmen
is to be available to those who need help," remarks Caldwell.
(3) His comprehensive annual reports, distributed worldwide to ombudsmen
and to academic libraries, became textbooks for training ombudsmen
outside of Hawaii.
But the movement to ombudsmen
by American papers has been decidedly glacial.
The Financial Services & Markets Bill is too complex and should be amended to preserve the flexible, informal and low-cost characteristics of the ombudsmen
whose activities will be combined when it becomes law.
dailies have ombudsmen
, most of them with more understandable titles like readers' representative or public editor -- even listening post editor, a title at the Palm Beach Post in West Palm Beach, Fla.