Code of Conduct

The membership of CID adopted its Code of Conduct in October 2014. 

 

The CID Code of conduct is a voluntary, self-regulatory sector code of good practice that aims to improve international development outcomes and increase stakeholder trust by enhancing the transparency and accountability of signatory organisations.  It serves both as a guide to good practice and as a risk management document. 

 

All current CID members are working to become compliant with the CID Code of Conduct before the end of 2018.

 

The Code Committee of the CID Board (“Code Committee”) monitors adherence to the Code and investigates complaints, which may be brought by any member of the public. 

 

CID Members that have achieved signatory status are:

ADRA New Zealand

Banzaid

Cambodia Charitable Trust

Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand

cbm

ChildFund New Zealand

Circuit International

CWS

Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand

Family Planning

Habitat for Humanity New Zealand

International Needs Humanitarian Aid Trust 

ORA New Zealand

OXFAM New Zealand 

Rotary New Zealand World Community Service

Save the Children New Zealand

SurfAid International

Tearfund

The Leprosy Mission New Zealand

The United Nations Association of New Zealand

UNICEF NZ

UN Women National Committee for Aotearoa New Zealand

UnionAID

Child protection Photo 30 TearFund

VSA 

World Vision (NZ)

About the Code

Compliance

Governance

Complaints

Frequently Asked Questions

Code toolkit

A. Preamble

B. Programme principles

C. Public engagement

D. Organisation

E. Compliance with the code

F. Definitions

Resources

Resources

 

Photo credit: Banzaid