The NADF Community comprises general members, members of the executive and advisory board. It is expected that all the members of the executive board and the advisory board within the NADF Community will behave towards one another with integrity, fairness, impartiality and compassion and that they will perform their duties as efficiently and consciously as possible.
This code of conduct establishes standard of behavior expected of NADF’s executive members and the advisors and is a guide to resolving ethical issues for those who work in the NADF Community. While there is no set of rules capable of providing answers to all the ethical questions, which arise, a code provides a framework for appropriate conduct in a variety of context.
It is very important that all the executive members realize the importance of being punctual on all the meetings and functions organized by the organization.
In circumstances where the executive members are running late or cannot attend a meeting or a function they are required to notify either general secretary or the secretary well in advance. If an executive member is not present in regular meetings without notifying the designated officers for three consecutive times he/she will be automatically expelled from the executive committee and will be notified. Such executive member would then remain as an ordinary member.