Educating The Future ensures that the right governance structures and processes are in place through a suite of policies.
Our operational policies, procedures and guidelines ensure we uphold the integrity of our work and that we are always working in the best interests of children. Educating The Future guide our employees and volunteers to understand their roles and responsibilities to children and assists them to positively and respectfully engage and empower children and families.
This policy sets out ETF’s response to the risk of dealing with individuals and organisations associated with terrorism and Australian Government legislation associated with this.
Conflict of Interest Policy
Prevention of Financial Wrongdoing Policy
The Prevention of Financial Wrongdoing Policy indicates the principles, policy and procedure in regards to financial wrongdoing risk prevention and management, awareness raising and training, detection and response and investigation.
Safeguarding and Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Policy
The Safeguarding and Prevention Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Policy indicates ETF principles and commitments in regards to ensuring appropriate safeguards, protection measures and reporting mechanisms are in place to address the prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse.
Child Protection Policy
The CPP has been developed to educate and inform those interacting with Educating the Future of the organisations commitment and mechanisms to ensure a child safe environment.
Ethical Fundraising Policy
The purpose of this document is to identify Educating The Future’s position on fundraising practice and to document the standards expected in raising funds from the community.
This policy provides the information that the Privacy Act 1988 requires ETF to communicate to all of our Donors.
Complaints Handling Policy
The Complaints Handling Policy indicates how individuals and groups can manage a complaint against ETF, including the mechanisms ETF has in place to self-regulate, address and remedy complaints.
The Non-Development Policy indicates the clear distinction between ETF’s development and non-development activities through guiding principles, controls and policy in the course of achieving its mission and vision
Risk Management Policy
To fully understand such risks, ETF has established a risk management policy which provides the framework for how risk will be managed within the organisation.
Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct indicates ETF members rights and obligations in regards to their volunteer services, stakeholder engagement, equal employment opportunity, harassment, bullying and discrimination, protection against sexual exploitation and abuse, collaborative practices, responsible stewardship of resources, fraud and corruption prevention, occupational health and safety, communications, conflict of interest, professional relationships, child safeguarding, confidential information, record keeping and intellectual property.