Companies doing business with the UN are required to accept and comply with UN standards of human rights, labour, environmental & anti-corruption practices. Mohamed Ahmed Saad Scribd will begin operating the SlideShare business on December 1, 2020 Businesses impact the rights and well-being of children. Through discussion, examples, and case studies, the course will familiarize you with the obligations placed upon you by the Charter of the United Nations, the UN Staff Regulations and Rules, and other administrative issuances; seeks to equip you with the knowledge to make ethical decisions more confidently; and will provide resources available on themes explored in the training. Looks like you’ve clipped this slide to already. Certificate of Completion The Charter, the foundational document of the United Nations, was signed in 1945 and came into force in 1945. United Nations Supplier Code of Conduct (Code of Conduct), International Labour Organization (ILO) standards, Children’s Rights and Business Principles, key procurement policies applicable to suppliers. Ethics and Integrity at UNICEF Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. It may not be recognized by other institutions – including third For more information, please visit the Global Compact website. has successfully completed UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy toward unethical behaviour, fraud and corruption. The Ethics and Integrity e-learning course is composed of a set of modules designed to enhance your awareness about the standards of conduct, also known as ethics, that you need to know as a UNICEF personnel. Certificate of Completion Mohamed Ahmed Saad has successfully completed Ethics and Integrity at UNICEF Note: This certificate is issued by UNICEF through the Agora platform. It should take you about 90 minutes to complete this self-paced course. UNICEF suppliers shall respect the human rights, dignity and worth of all persons, and they shall act with understanding, tolerance, sensitivity and respect for diversity without discrimination of any kind. The course finishes with a summary and then a course assessment. The Code of Conduct provides the minimum standards expected of UN Suppliers during procurement processes. Describe the ethical standards you follow in your work and private life. Ethical Complaints concerning UNICEF staff, consultants, non-staff personnel and vendors can be reported by email to the UNICEF Office of Internal Audit and Investigation (OIAI) via email to Ian Thorpe Certificate - Employment - UNDP - UZGP - MIS Officer, www.genderhub.org_certs_sendimdjnr1gmailcom_GSG_Certificate, SkillSoft Kelly Business Analysis Certificate, 2016 Africa Regional Institute Certificate of Attendance-Yohannes, TF and Chapter Officer Participation 2015, No public clipboards found for this slide, Ethics and Integrity_Course certificate - Ethics and Integrity at UNICEF. The course is designed to reinforce awareness of ethics and standards of conduct expected to follow as a UNICEF personnel. Ethics and Integrity at the United Nations Course Objectives Pursuant to the Ethics Office's mandate to strengthen an ethical culture throughout the Organization, the purpose of the online training is to promote ethical awareness and ethical-decision making so that staff are better enabled to fulfil the mission of the UN. Module 2: My Ethical Behaviour as a UNICEF Personnel Lessons: Professional and Personal Integrity; Avoiding Conflicts of Interest; Using Information and Resources Responsibly, Module 3: Addressing Misconduct Lessons: Awareness of Misconduct; Reporting Misconduct and Protection Against Retaliation, Module 4: The UNICEF Ethics Office Lesson: The Role of UNICEF’s Ethics Office. Powered by TCPDF ( UNICEF global supply hub is based in Copenhagen, Denmark, with regional supply hubs in Dubai, Brindisi and Panama. UNICEF requires that suppliers support our core ethical values by conducting business with integrity, treating others with respect, striving for performance excellence and accepting accountability for their conduct. The Representative is accountable for ensuring a respectful, non-discriminatory, and nurturing UNICEF - United Nations Children's Fund Updated: a day ago Current staff members that have not completed this course, are expected to do so as soon as possible. They must maintain an objective and independent attitude, avoid conflicts of interest and engage only in fair trade.