The Gender Equality and Discrimination Ombud gives me full support that I am the one to be protected and that those who believe something else like Ruter / Unibuss and others have misunderstood and misinterpreted Norwegian law!
Screenshot of the website of the Gender Equality and Discrimination Ombud.
What I wrote:
Hi Ragnar Lie
Thanks for the phone call. Send the answers here, email@example.com
I've only played on regular channels, such as P1 and P4, and some others.
Otherwise, I listen to the usual sound level on these Christian channels as well.
107.7 which is now local radio and the UN network. A legal Norwegian channel. As well as Ptro, P7, Joh. 3. 16 and Vision Norway where I hear if there is anything about Israel in particular. All of these are legal with a license, and I never listen to a CD or anything else on my job.
That I turned up a song or something that I wanted to bring with me, it may have happened.
But on the whole, I hear excellent and don't need special loud music!
This is obviously harassment and bullying because my Christian faith, nothing else!
Know it sounds fierce, but so be it!
Jan Kåre Christensen
Crockstone 2 c
This answer I get:
As I said, what you describe may be discrimination on grounds of religion under the Equality and Discrimination Act § 6. If there are no guidelines for playing music / radio at the employer, you may have been treated less well than others because you choose channels with Christian content. However, this is an issue that you must address with your union. The union must call here for guidance on the discrimination regulations.
Gender Equality and Discrimination Ombud | Equality and Anti-Discrimination Ombud
Mariboesgt. 13, 4th floor N-0183 Oslo (visit), PO Box 8048 Dep, N-0031 Oslo, Norway
In reality, everyone now accepts me.
This I am very glad, thank you and praise for it.
I did not violate any internal rules or the Work Environment Act.
Therefore, this is also a matter for the Equality and Discrimination Ombud.
They write so clearly and correctly:
As I said, what you describe may be discrimination on grounds of religion under section 6 of the Equality and Discrimination Act.
If there are no guidelines for playing music / radio at the employer, you may have been treated less well than others because you choose channels with Christian content.