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ALert System
28/05/2021
 
Alert system objective
             
The alert system is a tool to promote responsibility of detecting and reporting in a timely manner of acts related to non-compliance with the SPERI Code of Conduct and Ethics that may cause risks to the philosophy of Nurturing Nature, to good values and traditions of indigenous ethnic communities, as well as to the image and prestige of SPERI and communities. 
 
This alert system aims to reinforce SPERI commitments to maintaining its philosophy, values and principles of action.  
 
This alert system provides opportunities for SPERI to continuously improve its governance at project, program, organization and institution levels.
 
The alert system allows to:
 
  • Report violations of the SPERI Code of Conduct and Ethics that may affect the philosophy of Nurturing Nature, undermining behavioral norms, traditional values, and honesty in daily work at community and SPERI. 
  • Report acts of dishonest, corruption, abuse of position and power that result to discrimination, harassment, neglect and other misconduct as stated in the SPERI regulations.
  • Obtain information and advice in case of questions or doubts on the interpretation or application of the SPERI Code of Conduct and Ethics.
 
Exercise an alert system
 
This alert system can be exercised by:
 
  • All SPERI members which include members of the Board of the Institute (former Founding Board), Executive Board members, full-time and part-time staff, seasonal employees, YIELDS – AGREE[1] members, key farmers, volunteers, interns, experts, consultants and other individuals working for or representing SPERI;
  • Every community member in the project areas where SPERI has been implementing its development work;
  • Local and international partners of SPERI.

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[1] Young Indigenous Ethnic Leadership Development Strategy for Agro-Ecology Enterprising

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