The CID Code of Conduct sets out standards of accountability and good practice in three areas: Programme Principles, Public Engagement, and Organisation. Collectively these areas cover fourteen sections, which amounts to 130 obligations.
Below you can find links to online training and resources that can help you strengthen your organisational knowledge, policies and practices in every area related to the CID Code of Conduct.
Includes obligations for effectiveness in aid and development activities, human rights, gender, localisation, environmental sustainability, monitoring and evaluation, and how we work with partner agencies.
Includes obligations for signatory organisations to be ethical and transparent in marketing, fundraising, and reporting.
Includes obligations for governance, management, financial controls, protection from sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment, complaints-handling process, and compliance with legal requirements within New Zealand.
Code of Conduct Policy Templates
CID has created the below Policy Templates to assist member organisations in building best practice policies. The policies help organisations cover specific aspects of the CID Code of Conduct.