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Our policies

Our work is grounded in our experience over the past 60 years and in our Mandate, set by the member churches of the National Council of Churches in Australia (NCCA).

The following policies in combination with our Code of Conduct set out standards that guide how our organisation behaves, how we are managed, how we communicate with the public and how we spend the funds we raise..

Please click on the links below to read other specific policies:

Complaints Policy and Procedures

Act for Peace is a member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) and a signatory to the ACFID Code of Conduct. We are committed to providing high-quality humanitarian, development and advocacy programmes and to work in an open and accountable way. Act for Peace takes its duty of care seriously and aims at all times to provide the safest possible environment for children. If for any reason you would like to lodge a complaint, you may do so by writing to complaints@ncca.org.au. A copy of our complaints form can be downloaded here. Read Act for Peace's Complaints Handling Policy and Procedures here. For more information about the ACFID code of conduct visit www.acfid.asn.au or phone +61 2 6285 1816.

More ways to take action

You can help prevent children like Maala being born with chronic illnesses by helping pregnant women stay healthy and nourished in the first place.

Take the Act for Peace Ration Challenge and eat the same rations as a Syrian refugee during Refugee Week (June 2017). Raise money to support refugees who have lost everything, and challenge perspectives – including your own.

Right now, thousands of innocent people are fleeing Syria every day to protect their families from bloodshed, violence and death. We need your support to provide emergency relief packs to the families fleeing in Syria.