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  • This Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion (GEDSI) Policy aims to ensure that Palmera undertakes its work through the lens of gender equality and social inclusion in order to empower women and advance gender equality, empower people with disabilities and promote their human rights so they can achieve economic self-sufficiency, freedom, choice and dignity, protect and promote the rights and support the reintegration efforts of internally displaced persons, and ensure that other vulnerable groups are identified and included in Palmera’s development efforts so that no one is left out.

  • This policy provides a commitment and framework to ensure that Palmera’s operations, decision making, finances, structure, policies, procedures and governance is transparent, accessible and communicated to stakeholders and the broader community. It also ensures that Palmera disseminates accurate, truthful, timely as well as accessible information to its stakeholders and members of the public and complies with key policies of Palmera. It includes an Ethical Decision-Making Framework (EDMF) for communications which explains how to make ethical decisions when creating and disseminating publications.

  • Example Gender Equality policy (International Nepal Fellowship Australia)

    International Nepal Fellowship Australia, 2020

    This policy outlines INF Australia’s commitment to gender equality both in its operations in Australia and through the development work of its partners in Nepal.

  • Example PSEA policy (WWF Australia)

    World Wildlife Fund Australia, 2020

    This policy articulates WWF-Australia’s commitment to provide a safe and trusted environment that safeguards staff, interns, volunteers, contractors, partners, communities, participants in WWF-Australia activities, children and vulnerable adults from sexual exploitation and abuse. It is a great example of a policy as it describes the standards of behaviour for organisation’s staff, representatives and partners, outlines how the policy is implemented throughout the organisation, specifies the agency’s reporting responsibilities and procedures, and ensures a survivor-centred approach at multiple levels.

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