Important progress has been made in the decade since the adoption of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). But we must do more. We must strive for real change through the Convention’s implementation and the delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals for persons with disabilities. Now is the time.
This toolkit helps Catholic organisations and leaders to feel better equipped to promote gender equality in their work using language, methods, values and theological reflections they can identify with. The toolkit uses partner case studies from across the world describing challenges and achievements of their gender work with a focus on rural women.
CAFOD upholds certain values and high standards of organisational, professional and personal conduct. We recognise that sometimes our values and commitments might not be upheld to the standard expected. If this is the case, we want to be informed.
This Code of behaviour applies to all those associated with CAFOD, including paid staff, volunteers, board members, trustees and consultants. It covers values, corruption, personal conduct and child protection.