ACFID Policy Guidance
These guidance documents have been produced to help organisations develop, implement and review various policies, in accordance with the ACFID Code of Conduct.
A vital element in building and maintaining a child safe organisation is to develop and implement an active and robust child protection policy and procedures.
A PSEAH policy outlines your organisation’s commitment to the prevention of sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment, as well as outlining the responsibilities of staff, volunteers, partners, etc.
Developing a statement, guidance document or disability inclusion policy is an important foundational step for ACFID members to
demonstrate organisational commitment to disability inclusion.
This guidance note outlines the key principles that underpin the disciplines of planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning, and how these are reflected throughout the ACFID Code of Conduct
This Guidance is designed to help and support ACFID members understand, meet and implement their obligations under the ACFID Code of Conduct. It also offers advice and examples of how to strengthen practice over time, above and beyond the requirements in the Code.
A core part of holding ourselves to account for the work we undertake is developing and implementing comprehensive policies for the handling of complaints.
This policy template has been developed as a tool to assist ACFID’s members to develop policy to meet their obligations relating to Commitment 7.3 of the ACFID Code of Conduct, we are accountable to our stakeholders
Financial Wrongdoing Policy
These Prevention of Financial Wrongdoing policy guidelines have been produced to provide guidance to members on how to develop, implement and review their financial wrongdoing policies and procedures.