Code of conduction
Civil Resource Development and Documentation Centre (hereinafter referred to as CIRDDOC) is an independent, non-governmental and not-for-profit organisation established in 1996 for the protection and promotion of human rights and women’s human rights and the strengthening of civil society. CIRDDOC is also committed to the institutionalization of good governance, gender equality and the rule of law in Nigeria. CIRDDOC is registered under Part C of Companies and Allied Matters Act laws of the Federation of Nigeria 1990. (RC 10,928).
CIRDDOC is fully committed to the principle of honesty, integrity and fair play in the delivery of services to the public. All staff should ensure that the businesses of CIRDDOC such as applications for services, procurement or staff recruitment, are dealt with in an open, fair and impartial manner.
This Code of Conduct (hereinafter referred to as Code) shall commence on the 13th day of November, 2019, upon approval by the Board of Trustees and when the Executive Director, executes same.
This Code of Conduct sets out the basic standard of conduct expected of all staff and the organisation’s policy on matters like acceptance of advantages and declaration of conflict of interest by staff in connection with their official duties.
This Code shall apply to all Board of Trustee members including the Executive Director, all staff members (paid, unpaid, professional, part-time, volunteers, NYSC corp attaches, temporary and/or permanent), downstream partners, or any person or persons working for or on behalf of CIRDDOC as an organization.
For the purpose of this Code, all the above-mentioned individuals shall be hereinafter collectively referred to as “Agents of CIRDDOC” in their individual capabilities of service.