ASB Code of Conduct

In accordance with the mission and practice of ASB and principles of international law and codes of conduct, all ASB humanitarian staff, including both international and national, regular full- and part time staff, interns, contractors, partner organisations and volunteers are responsible for promoting respect of fundamental human rights, social justice, human dignity and respect for the equal rights of men, women and children.

While respecting the dignity and worth of every individual, the ASB humanitarian worker will treat all persons equally without distinction whatsoever of race, religion, gender, colour, national or ethnic origin, language, sexual orientation, age, socio-economic status, disability, political conviction or any other distinguishing feature.

Read the ASB Code of Conduct here