Fairness and Justice
The Ikoku Philanthropies is committed to a conception of fairness and justice via processes and procedures that ensure civil liberties and basic, civil and fundamental rights are not subject to arbitration, barter or trading, bargaining, negotiation, political calculus or voting, or to abrogation for the aggregate public good.
Therefore, persons engaged in activity within, for, on behalf of, in reference to, and otherwise pertaining to The Ikoku Philanthropies are expected to uphold the following:
Basic Liberties and Civil Rights
— that The Ikoku Philanthropies ensure protections of civil liberties and basic, civil and fundamental rights during evaluations hearings, interviews, investigations, reviews and other equivalent procedures and processes.
Confidentiality and Privacy
— that The Ikoku Philanthropies ensure protections of confidentiality and privacy rights during evaluations, hearings, interviews, investigations, reviews and other equivalent procedures and processes.
— that The Ikoku Philanthropies ensure protections of rights to due process and fundamental justice during evaluations, hearings, interviews, investigations, reviews and other equivalent procedures and processes.
Duty to Report
— that The Ikoku Philanthropies ensure all persons and entities involved honor the Duty to Report, during evaluations, hearings, interviews, investigations, reviews, or other equivalent procedures and processes.
Accordance with Ethics
— that The Ikoku Philanthropies ensure following any and all of the above principles further remains in accordance with the Codes and Policies and especially the Founding and Governing Code of Ethics.
Accordance with Mission
— that The Ikoku Philanthropies ensure following any and all of the above principles further remains in accordance with the founding mission and purposes of The Ikoku Philanthropies and The Ikoku Group, without incompatibility, as described and delineated in the Codes and Policies and the Founder’s Agreement.
Central and Associated Policies
As stated earlier, The Ikoku Philanthropies User Agreement and Code of Conduct consist of several Codes and Policies that collectively govern all of your activity with, within, for or pertaining to The Ikoku Philanthropies (as well as its series, subsidiaries, and affiliates). By continuing, you indicate that you understand that these Codes and Policies include — but are not limited to — the Founding and Mission Statement, the Founding and Governing Code of Ethics, the Policy on Company and Division Integrity, the Policy on Independence and Freedoms, the Policy on Privacy and Confidentiality, the Terms and Conditions of Use and Service, and the Acceptable Uses Policy along with all Associated Codes and Policies. We provide access to all of the described below.
Founding and Mission
Founding Code of Ethics
Company and Division Integrity
Independence and Freedoms
Privacy and Confidentiality
Terms and Conditions
The Acceptable Uses Policy
To Further Consider
Your Knowledge and Agreement
The Ikoku Philanthropies strongly recommends you develop and maintain your knowledge of all the Codes and Policies, and so asks that you read, understand, and regularly visit this section and other communications regarding the Policy on Fairness and Justice, as well as the Codes and Policies. The Ikoku Philanthropies takes your continued access, activity, communication, engagement, operation, participation, and other use or visiting of the Products and Services, as active indication of your knowledge, understanding, and legally binding acceptance of and agreement to this Policy as well as the Codes and Policies.
Your Duty to Company and Division Integrity
And you further legally accept and agree that no application, interpretation, judgment, or other compliance, proceeding, or reading from, of, with, or otherwise relating to the Founding Ethics, the Codes and Policies, or any equivalent code, policy, or other document or material shall, in any way, entail any abrogation, diminishment, interference, or violation pertaining to any of the terms, conditions, principles, requirements, rights — including the attendant properties and protections — of company and organizational integrity.
Your Questions and Feedback
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any feedback, issues, or questions — to be addressed to and by the President, CEO and Chair, Alvan Azinna Chibuzo Ikoku.
Your Reporting of Violations
If you detect, notice, become aware of, or are informed of a possible breach or violation of this Policy or any of these Codes and Policies, please contact email@example.com with any details you have — to be addressed to and by the President, CEO and Chair, Alvan Azinna Chibuzo Ikoku.
As with all official documents, materials, policies, and statements of The Ikoku Group, definitions for terms used here can be found in the main Codes and Policies section.
Also at the Division
The Ikoku Philanthropies and its parent company, The Ikoku Group, are dedicated to developing, providing and safekeeping ideas and solutions — with the mission to foster care and creativity, culture and communities, ethics and innovation in lives and societies. And so in accordance with the above, The Ikoku Group and Ikoku Philanthropies provide the following:
A Company of and about Ethics
A company and division whose ethics and policies are carefully crafted, then adhered to by a range of individuals and entities working in varied relation to The Ikoku Group and The Ikoku Philanthropies to establish, develop and operate a private company dedicated to fostering care and creativity, ethics and innovation.
Built with Integrity and Respect in Mind
A company and division who take as their basis the most robust conceptions of humanity, integrity and respect as well as independence and fundamental freedoms, liberties and rights — up to and beyond what the law protects and provides for — as they carry out and embody their founding and core mission and purposes.
Areas of Focus Chosen for Mission and Work
And a company and division whose areas of focus have been expressly chosen to ensure attention to issues of enduring concern to the Founder — and so committed to providing products, services, sites and spaces that remain safe, secure and respectful places to do work, to teach and learn, to form, inform and, where needed, transform local and global communities.