Code of conduct

Code of Ethics for REMREC Staffs, Governing Body, Members and Volunteers

  1. We work beyond the borders of politics, religion, culture, race and ethnicity with organizations and individuals that share common values and objectives.
  2. We do not change our policies or “non-partisan” nature in order to gain political favor or respect
  3. We are sensitive to the moral values, religion, customs, traditions, culture, and gender of office bearers and the communities we serve.
  4. Our staff, governing body, members and volunteers put organizational goals before personal goals, keeping the best interests of the entire programme before individual desires. They work relentlessly and in a creative manner towards institutional development.
  5. We take prompt corrective action whenever wrongdoing is discovered among our staff, governing body, members, volunteers, contractors and partners.
  6. Our staff, governing body, members and volunteers refrain from using their official position to secure special privilege, gain or benefits for themselves.
  7. Our staff, governing body, members and volunteers do not use alcoholic drinks and tobacco in public places.
  8. We treat our staff, members and volunteers with fairness and equality, and as individuals with rights to be honoured and defended. We treat each other in an unbiased manner but where a possible bias is unavoidable or inherent, it is to be disclosed.
  9. We have a “zero” tolerance policy regarding fraud, corruption, misconduct, and morally unacceptable behaviors.
  10. We do not take any financial benefits to fulfill personal motives and objectives on pretext of running the organization, from any other organization or individual, violating the prevalent rule of law.
  11. We are transparent in terms of organizational financial matters, public accountability and people’s right to information.
  12. Our staff, governing body, members and volunteers do not disclose or use any confidential information during their tenancy or thereafter regarding maintenance of the institutional integrity and privacy.
  13. Our staff, governing body and professionals disclose each institutional affiliation that she or he has that might possibly involve a conflict of interest.
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