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  • This Practice Note contributes to a conversation on how data on disability can be collected and used within programs to support both inclusive development practice and inclusive development outcomes. It is the result of a collaboration between Plan International Australia and the CBM Australia-Nossal Institute Partnership for Disability Inclusive Development, and prepared in the context of growing interest among international development agencies in disability inclusive practice, and the collection of evidence to underpin this.

  • Risk Management Plan – assistance and templates

    Institute of Company Directors Australia, 2019

    These help sheets and checklists are designed to help you introduce and improve risk management processes in your not-for-profit organisation so you can provide a safe environment for your staff, members, contractors, visitors and volunteers.Each not-for-profit operates within its own particular context and will therefore have its own particular risks. You should build on these tools to create your own risk management profile and processes.

  • Oxfam Australia shares their Ethical Images and Stories Policy as an example of their organizational requirements when collecting and using information ethically (Commitment 6.2). 

  • Oxfam Australia shares their Ethical Content Guidelines which aim to ensure photos, videos and stories are collected, sourced and used honestly and ethically, in keeping with their commitment to Quality Principle 6 of the ACFID Code of Conduct. 

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