SUSTAINABILITY POLICIES

Good governance and ethics

CTG adheres to the highest levels of ethical management and corporate governance. To achieve this, we have an active Advisory Board, Good Governance and Ethics Committee which promotes operational excellence, integrity, ethical conduct and good governance.

GOOD GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE

Created in 2014, the role of the Good Governance Committee is to meet on behalf of the Executive Leadership Team to ensure strategic direction of the business is being followed. The Good Governance Committee is appointed by the CEO and acts as an unofficial auditing body for CTG’s corporate governance.

ETHICS COMMITTEE

The Ethics Committee is responsible for overseeing the compliance performance across CTG and is responsible and accountable for investigating reported unethical behaviour and resolving any claims received either verbally, in writing or by emailing ethics@ctg.org.

We believe that through collective action we can do more, which is why we are members of various international forums, maintain internationally recognized certifications, and report yearly on our sustainability progress.


We adhere to the following international standards and guiding principles:
OUR POLICIES
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct

The code of conduct is a set of rules and standards regarding CTG’s values, beliefs and ethics, as well as matters of legal compliance. It comprises 22 sections covering everything from human rights to sexual harassment.

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Whistleblowing Procedure
Whistleblowing Procedure

It is our policy to ensure that there is an open and safe environment in which staff can report in good faith any suspicions of misconduct or wrongdoing.

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Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement
Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement

Modern Slavery is a crime and a violation of fundamental human rights. We are committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or any part of our business.

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Privacy Policy
Privacy Policy

We’re committed to protecting and respecting your privacy; this privacy policy outlines what personal data may be processed by CTG, why it is held, how it is protected and what your rights are.

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We expect and encourage staff, both local and international, to provide a supportive, honest and fair environment for colleagues, and to never exploit those in need. It is mandatory for all staff to complete the online UNICEF sexual exploitation and abuse training courses.

PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST

Find out how CTG protects its staff and minimises risk in conflict-settings