The Front Line Defenders Board of Directors is responsible for the overall governance of the organization and has adopted a number of policies and codes or practice which are set out below. The Board has adopted a Handbook which sets out roles and responsibilities for members of the Board as well as the Audit Sub-Committee. The Handbook also sets out in more detail the division of responsibilities between the Board and staff via the Executive Director.
The Front Line Defenders Board of Trustees formally agreed on 28 June 2013 to subscribe to the Dochas Code on Corporate Governance and is an Associate Member of Dóchas – The Irish Association of Non-Governmental Development Organisations. Front Line Defenders has signed the code of conduct on images and messages. Please send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Board of Trustees now considers that Front Line Defenders is fully compliant with the Dochas Code.
Front Line Defenders has adopted policies and standards with regard to external audit, financial transparency, conflict of interest and privacy.
In 2019 Front Line Defenders signed on to the Dochas Safeguarding Code.
As a charity seeking donations from the public, Front Line Defenders aims to comply with the Guidelines for Charitable Organisations on Fundraising from the Public, as laid out by the Irish Charities Regulator. Read our Donor Charter.
Front Line Defenders is fully compliant with the Charities Institute of Ireland’s Triple Lock standards of transparent reporting, good fundraising and governance.
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Front Line Defenders subscribes to the following policies and codes of practice: