Unfortunately, the IFA seems to be governered by "Fat Cats" with a vestive interest in protecting their careers and incomes!
we all know of small "family" run units where the director who is a MIFA will use his influence to introduce favoured staff/relatives into the organisation..
How do you resolve this situation????
kevin wooldridge <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
--- David Connolly
wrote: > As we
are hearing about Organisations who are
> RAOs who do not adhere to IFA
> standards - just as there are non IFA
> organisations who do .... 2 questions
> ... who are these organisations and why have
> they not been reported?
> It is possible that more people would join if
> they saw that bad conduct is
> dealt with.
The problem with the RAO situation is that IFA is
actually unable to take any action against an
archaeological organisation, but only against a
named individual whom the RAO designates as
'responsible'. Draw your own conclusions as to
what that means.
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