Code of Conduct Committee
The aim of the Code of Conduct Committee is to provide assurance to CID members and partners that the Code of Conduct is being implemented effectively, to consider matters of Code compliance, and to ensure that complaints in relation to the Code of Conduct are being examined promptly and fairly.
The main responsibilities of the CCC are:
- To consider compliance issues and implement the assessment, monitoring and review of compliance in relation to the Code of Conduct
- To examine complaints (i.e. alleged breaches of the Code)
- To develop and adopt relevant policies regarding the implementation of the Code of Conduct
- To report on overall matters regarding the Code to the CID AGM and promote compliance to the wider public
- To set Code of Conduct standards (noting that these cannot be changed without full agreement of the CID membership)
To view the Terms of Reference of the CCC, click below
To make a complaint to the Code of Conduct Committee about a breach of the Code of Conduct by CID or a CID member organisation, click here
Code of Conduct Committee Members
Peter is a respected leader in both the management and governance of NGOs, with over 40 years of experience in the sector. Peter has held several senior public government roles, including as leader and elected member in the Greater Wellington Regional Council, Hutt Valley and Capital & Coast DHBs, ALAC, DHBNZ and Hutt City Council. Recently, Peter has created a new national entity linking the whole community and not-for-profit sector – Hui E! Community Aotearoa.
Director of Programmes, UNICEF NZ (Deputy Chair)
Hamish has worked at UNICEF NZ for 8 years, overseeing international projects supported by the NZ government and other donors, mainly in the Pacific region. He has been focused on education and water & sanitation projects during this time, working closely with the UNICEF Pacific Office. Hamish is a strong advocate for the human rights-based approach to programming which is UNICEF's mandate. Prior to UNICEF, he worked with the Australian Red Cross for 6 years and spent two years as a volunteer technical teacher in Burkina Faso.
Member of Council and Chair of Governance and Organisation Performance Committee, Volunteer Service Abroad (VSA)
Kirsty has 25 years of international development experience, having worked for UN agencies, NGOs, MFAT and other government departments and public sector agencies, and the private sector in New Zealand, the Middle East, Asia and in the Pacific. During 2014 she worked at CID to support the establishment of the Code of Conduct, including setting up procedures and conducting the first ‘trial’ among 6 members. Kirsty currently works as an independent contractor.
Legal & Development Effectiveness Manager, The Fred Hollows Foundation NZ
At FHFNZ Jordana, a Registered Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand, assists the Foundation with a variety of legal, policy and contractual matters. Jordana is committed to ensuring good practice across a variety of organisational functions to improve international development outcomes. Jordana has previously worked at several international and national NGOs including as a legal researcher at the ECPAT International Secretariat in Bangkok, and on women’s rights and environmental sustainability projects for EduCARE India. Jordana also currently coordinates the HAPPOO group.
Elise has ten years of international development experience, focused on the Pacific region. She has previously worked for Save the Children, World Vision, Engineers Without Borders and ChildFund, in both field and support office positions, in the areas of programme management, programme quality, and education technical advice. Elise currently works as an independent contractor, with long-term assignments for the Himalayan Trust New Zealand, and World Vision in Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.