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CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICS
28/05/2021
 
CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICS
  
This Code of Conduct and Ethics specifies standards of conduct during missions for 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.
 
The main purpose of this Code of Conduct and Ethics is to outline key responsibilities of SPERI members and seek to protect them as well as every community member whom SPERI seeks to partner in its development work. All members must be mindful that each action in the respective context can have repercussions for many.
 
This Code of Conduct and Ethics will not be substituted for other prevailing rules and regulations of SPERI.
 
All SPERI members must follow the standards of conduct as bellows:
 
I. Standards of behavior
  1. Respect the values and principles of action of SPERI based on the philosophy of NURTURING NATURE which is originated from the indigenous ethnic minorities;
  2. Respect, maintain and enrich good traditions and customs, and voluntarism-based behaviors and lifestyle of indigenous ethnic minorities;  
  3. Demonstrate honesty and equality in behavior with other people and in cooperative relationship in accordance with the SPERI regulations;
  4. Racist, sexist, discriminatory or other offensive statements and acts, harassment, abuse, neglect and interference of other’s private life are strictly prohibited;
  5. Act, if necessary, to protect all living things including human being;
  6. Respect and observe laws of Vietnam and other legal agreements between Vietnam and other international countries;  
  7. Respect the diversity of local culture, beliefs, religions and traditional customs in the project areas where SPERI has been implementing its development work; 
  8. Act in accordance with health, safety and security guidelines;
  9. Maintain and enrich SPERI’s reputation;
  10. Perform work with vulnerable indigenous ethnic peoples without prejudice;
  11. Learn local wisdom and knowledge in daily behavioral norms of nurturing nature from indigenous ethnic communities; 
  12. Respect, maintain and enrich the solidarity, love, mutual help among LISO members, and with local and international partners sharing the same philosophy and practices of nurturing nature.

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