Policy & Governance
Good governance assures us of many things including that it reduces risk and prevents fraud and unscrupulous behavior. When we put it all together, good governance leads to growth and success which is the whole reason for organizations to form in the first place.
The Communication Policy defines the ambition of and sets the direction for, the MC6 Foundation’s approach to communication.
The policy aims to ensure consistency, and credibility in our communication internally and externally by providing a set of common guidelines and principles for all communication.
The purpose of this policy is to communicate to all employees, including supervisors, managers and executives, that Military Children’s Six Foundation will not in any instance tolerate bullying behavior. Employees found in violation of this policy will be disciplined, up to and including termination.
The Military Children's Six Foundation values positive working relationships consistent with the Foundation values. MC6 Foundation does not tolerate any kind of harassment, bullying, victimization, or discrimination occurring in the workplace or and in any work-related setting outside the workplace,
e.g. when representing the MC6 Foundation at business trips and in work-related social events.
We're updating our mentoring and mentee policies.
Children Advocacy Policy
The Military Children’s Six Foundation advocacy services are tailored to address the concerns and influence outcomes, large and small, in order to best serve the needs, health, and welfare of children.
The scope of MC6™ advocacy services are contemplated to take on prevailing, emerging, and hot button adolescent issues that stands to threaten their overall quality of life.
The purpose of this Diversity & Inclusion Policy is to frame Military Children’s Six Foundation's (MC6) commitment to ensure that diversity and equality are effectively incorporated into decision making and considered when recruiting, developing, and leading staff as well as when developing and implementing effective learning though play-based interventions, and advocacy that will lead to systemic change. While this policy celebrates differences, it also frames Military Children’s Six Foundation's commitment to create an inclusive culture, where people can come to work being themselves – and feeling a strong sense of belonging.
We want to commit to our military parent(s), that our partners, suppliers, their sub-contractors will supply services to the Military Children's Six Foundation, cooperate and/or operate in an ethical and responsible manner.
The Code of Conduct is based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Convention for Civil and Political Rights, the Convention for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the eight Core Conventions of the International Labor Organization (ILO) and where relevant other applicable UN and ILO conventions. The Code establishes a set of minimum standards and applies the principle that businesses have a responsibility to respect human rights, i.e. that they must avoid infringing on the rights of individuals and therefore exercise appropriate due diligence.
The Military Children’s Six Foundation engages with thousands of children within the context of the range of children’s advocacy, programs, and activities organized by our employees and strategic partners.
We, the Military Children’s Six Foundation, are committed to taking the necessary actions to support child protection — actions aligned with this Child Protection Policy, the Military Children’s Six Foundation children’s rights and business principles.
Conflict of Interest Policy
The MC6 Foundation is committed to conducting operations in a manner that requires the highest ethical standards
of employees, of the MC6 Foundation and non-employees at third parties acting on behalf of the MC6 Foundation, by using the Foundation’s assets efficiently to achieve the objectives laid out in the MC6 Foundation’s charter; and to take measures to ensure decisions are not influenced by self-interest.
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance in identifying and handling potential and actual conflicts of interest
involving the MC6 Foundation.
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