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Principles of ACT Safety and Security

Published:
1 June 2008
Region:
Global
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Principles of ACT Safety and Security

This document seeks to lay the foundation for ACT member organizations to establish and build upon their own institutional approaches to security and safety of their staff, local, national and international. The Principles of ACT Safety and Security (PASS) reflect not only the conscientious way ACT members manage programs, but also serve as a statement of commitment to the well-being of aid workers that often risk their personal security to administer to the needs of others.

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