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S8 - Acheiving Compliance
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Summary
Acheiving Compliance
S 8.3
Raison d'être
Indicators of Compliance
Ethical Questions to ask
Examples of good ethical practice
Examples of poor practice
  1. Upon written request from CCIC, each Member Organization shall, within the timeframe set out by CCIC in its request, submit any documents related to the CCIC Code of Ethics and/or compliance with the Operational Standards.

Why
Why

The peer accountability element of the CCIC ethics program requires the Organization to demonstrate its commitment to ethical principles. The CCIC Board of Directors has been mandated to ensure this peer accountability. It is essential that the Organization respond to any requests for explanations in a timely manner. Ethical practice is a day-to-day expectation, not something that only takes place every three years during compliance renewal. 

 

The shared learning objective of the ethics program means that CCIC periodically will request additional information to help the Council understand, and be able to provide additional support for, members’ practices.

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Indicators of Compliance
Indicators of Compliance
  • Self assessment and compliance renewal forms have been submitted on time.
  • Requests for information have been answered promptly and completely.
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Ethical Questions to ask
Ethical Questions to ask
  • Have our staff responded with due diligence to written requests from CCIC?
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Examples of good ethical practice
Examples of good ethical practice
  • Ensuring that all staff are aware of the key role of the CCIC Code of Ethics and Operational Standards in enhancing ethical practice in Canada’s international cooperation CSOs, and the importance of timely responses to written requests from CCIC.
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Examples of poor practice
Examples of poor practice
  • Ignoring or delaying responses to requests from CCIC.
  • Providing only part of the information requested.