3. To regularly monitor the changing conditions in the regions where we operate and to carry out impact assessments and due diligence to identify the human rights risks associated with our activities to prevent and reduce negative effects.
4. Not to discriminate against any person based on race, gender, religion, age, social status, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic unrelated to the individual’s job performance.
5. Not to tolerate disrespectful or inappropriate behavior, disturbance, harassment or unfair treatment, or retaliation of any kind by our employees, suppliers, and business partners.
6. Respect the human rights of individuals who require special attention, including women, children, local communities, and potentially vulnerable, or marginalized groups.
7. Respect the collective and traditional rights, interests, culture, and ties of the people of the directly affected region, if any, in the sphere of influence. To seek the free and informed consent of the persons concerned before continuing the work and throughout the project.
8. Prohibit child labor, forced labor, and modern slavery in our operations and supply chains, and support the elimination of all forms of child and forced labor.
9. Managing security-related human rights risks through the application of the Principles of Volunteering on Security and Human Rights.
10. Not to cause, support, benefit from, or contribute in any way to unlawful conflict, human rights violations, or violations of International Humanitarian Law.
11. Establish fair, accessible, effective, and appropriate grievance mechanisms where human rights concerns can be raised by our stakeholders and resolved without the risk of discrimination or retaliation.