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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
2.) Enforce Ethical Expectations
- A.) “Ethical” behavior in the Organization includes, but is not limited to:
- B.) Clear Messages About Ethics and Values including, but not limited to:
3.) Embrace Corporate Social Responsibility
4.) Open Leadership Communication and Invitation to Participate in Decisions
5.) Performance Guidelines and Boundaries For Behavior
6.) Set Ethical Boundaries
7.) Values Mindset (Not A Compliance Mindset)
8.) Positive Ethical Role Models
9.) Use the Precautionary Principle