The CID Code of Conduct Committee exists 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 examined promptly and fairly.
The main objectives of the CID Code of Conduct Committee are:
- To consider compliance issues and agree upon 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) that are received, mediate an outcome where relevant and make recommendations to the CID Board on an appropriate course of action. After initial assessment complaints may be referred to an independent body for further consideration and recommendation.
- To develop and adopt relevant policies regarding the implementation of the Code of Conduct. Information on adopted policies will be made available to all members and will be available on the CID website.
- To report on overall compliance to the AGM and support CID’s efforts to promote Code compliance to the wider public.
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
Jaydene Buckley is the Managing Director for OSACO Group, an Aotearoa-based company that provides services to Humanitarian and Development organisations, specialising in investigations, safeguarding, compliance, governance, security, anti-corruption measures, and managing Code of Conduct issues. Their work encompass UN Agencies, NGOs, INGOs, Corporates and Government Agencies across the world.
Jaydene has 30 years increasingly senior professional experience as an investigator, strategic advisor and manager in Aotearoa and internationally and has been a consultant to; UN, INGOs and international development sectors as well as the private sector. Jaydene is also currently a board member for the Marlborough Women’s Refuge and Sexual Violence Centre a member of the Institute of Directors and the Southern Māori Business Network.
Quenelda Clegg is a Senior Manager (Head of Programme Quality and Operations) at The Fred Hollows Foundation New Zealand, an international NGO with a mission to end avoidable blindness in the Pacific region. Quenelda is accountable for developing and implementing management and measurement frameworks to drive quality and impact for Fred Hollow’s programmes across the region. Previously, Quenelda worked at ChildFund New Zealand, where she oversaw their humanitarian and development assistance programmes across Africa, Asia, and the Pacific regions. She has also worked for the World Bank, United Nations, and with local community organisations in Indigenous Australia, Timor-Leste, and Nepal. Currently, Quenelda serves on Huber Social’s Ethical Review Board and loves working with people to find solutions that are human-centered and sustainable.
Kate Holgate is an experienced Projects Advisor with a strong background in project and organisational assessment, international development, philanthropy and the not for profit sector.
Kate currently works for Habitat for Humanity as an International Projects Advisor and as a Donations Advisor for The Tindall Foundation. Kate has also previously worked for Foundation North, ChildFund, VSA, and the Health Foundation London UK. She has recently joined the Board of Engineers Without Borders New Zealand.
Stuart has spent the past 43 years volunteering in the NGO sector both in New Zealand and internationally including most South Pacific countries in addition to India, Kenya, Tanzania, Swaziland and South Africa. He is a Hon. Consul for Tanzania and holds a Certificate in Core Development Practise. He is currently Executive Director of an RNZWCS Limited (Rotary New Zealand) and former board member of New Zealand’s Council for International Development. His vision is that the developed world achieves effective high-quality international programmes in developing countries that focus on the alleviation and eradication of poverty and build communities no longer aid dependent for their survival. He has positively lobbied successive governments to financially support the Global Polio Eradication initiative.
Stephanie Fry (BAgrCom, PGCertIS, MIRD,) has experience in AgriBusiness and Finance, In 2019 she completed a Masters in International Rural Development and is started working for Anglican Missions as a project manager and compliance establishing Anglican Missions Monitoring and Evaluation frameworks and humanitarian policies she now works as the International Programmes Manager/Development Adviser. She is also completing a Post-graduate Diploma in Environmental Management.