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PSEA Code of Conduct for Myanmar -16 October 2018

This Code of Conduct has been developed for agencies and other actors that are involved in emergency response and recovery and reconstruction activities after an emergency, as well as peace and development efforts. They have a duty of care to affected women, girls, boys and men of all ages and diversity, and a responsibility to ensure that people receiving assistance are treated with dignity and respect. All staff, volunteers, consultants, interns, etc. (personnel) should ensure that certain minimum standards of behaviour are observed, regardless if the person is on or off duty.


  • Language: English
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  • Theme: Policies, Guidance & Codes of Conduct
  • Year of publication: 2018
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  • Size: 625.75 KB
  • Document:pdf
  • Country: Myanmar
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