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We are all ONE
And when ONE is harmed, ALL are harmed.
And when ONE is helped, ALL are helped.
And when ONE is healed, ALL are healed.

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​Ethical Conduct Policy and Procedure

Building a Community of Ethical Conduct:

To ensure the integrity and merit of the The Coalition for the Protection of Children and Families, We, the board members, adopt the following policies and procedure of ethical conduct as the premise of all branches of the party.


WE Decree that the The Coalition for the Protection of Children and Families will have a High Degree of Transparency.


Full Accountability for Ethics At Every Level Including the Board Members

1.)  Clear Code of Ethics

  • A.)  Avoid Harm To a Wide Variety of Constituents
  • B.)  Balance Ethics With Profitability and Results
  • C.)  Carefully Build and Protect Trust
  • D.)  Choose the Ethical Path, Even if Competitors aren’t.


2.) Enforce Ethical Expectations

- A.)  “Ethical” behavior in the Organization includes, but is not limited to:

  • good work ethics
  • clean and clear representation of one's self during participation in party business
  •  respect for other members and 


- B.)  Clear Messages About Ethics and Values including, but not limited to:

  • presentation
  • mature debates
  • attending meetings clean and sober


3.) Embrace Corporate Social Responsibility

  • A.)  Engaging and Relevant Ethics Training and Messages (Not The Same Old Boring Stuff)
  • B.)  Ethical Actions Match Ethical Marketing
  • C.)  Frequent Conversations About Ethics (That Honor Work Complexity)
  • D.) Commitment to Protecting children and families
  • E.)  Commitment to Protecting the Planet
  • F.)  Consistently Demonstrate Care and Respect for People
  • G.)  Decision-Making Carefully Incorporates Ethics
  • H.)  Develop Leaders in How To Implement Proactive Ethical Leadership.


4.) Open Leadership Communication and Invitation to Participate in Decisions

  • A.)  Leaders Aware of Increasing Ethical Expectations
  • B.)  Leaders Stay Competent as Times Change
  • C.)  Open, Supportive Leadership 


5.) Performance Guidelines and Boundaries For Behavior

  • Performance System Fully Integrated With Ethical Expectations 


6.) Set Ethical Boundaries


  • A.)  We will provide a Safe Space to Discuss Ethical Grey Areas
  • B.)  Take Broad Responsibility For Actions
  • C.)  Think Long Term About Our Impact 


7.) Values Mindset (Not A Compliance Mindset)

  • A.)  Use Systems Thinking to See the Big Picture
  • B.)  Welcome and Act on Feedback From Constituents
  • C.)  Willing to Do What it Takes to Become and Remain an Ethical Organization 


8.) Positive Ethical Role Models

  • A.)  Recognize and Praise Ethical Actions
  • B.)  Recognize and Punish Unethical Actions
  • C.)  Strong Commitment to Improving Leadership and Culture


9.) Use the Precautionary Principle

  • A.)  Treat Ethics as an Ongoing Priority
  • B.)  Treat People With Care and Respect ​Type your paragraph here.