Ethics & Codes of Conduct
... rules which all members should endeavour to discharge in
pursuing their professional lives.
... As an organisation of integrity and high ethical standards, INSETA recognizes
that it has a number of obligations towards various interested parties.
We also recognize that at times our obligations towards different parties may be
in conflict with each other, and that it is our responsibility to see ...
0237/16 - Advertising Standards Bureau
... The Advertising Standards Board (“the Board”) considered whether this advertisement
breaches the AANA Food and Beverages Advertising and Marketing Communications Code
(the “Food Code”).
The Board noted the complainant’s concerns that this advertisement implies that the product
has a therapeutic usa ...
... three areas: work, behavior and
relationships. These are concepts PR
practitioners can understand and dig into,
and where they can provide extraordinary
language and message leadership to
Church Educational System Honor Code
The Church Educational System (CES) Honor Code is a set of standards by which students and faculty attending a school owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) are required to live. The most widely known university that is part of the Church Educational System (CES) that has adopted the honor code is Brigham Young University (BYU), located in Provo, Utah. The standards are largely derived from codes of conduct of the LDS Church, and were not put into written form until the 1940s. Since then, they have undergone several changes. The CES Honor Code also applies for students attending BYU's sister schools Brigham Young University–Idaho, Brigham Young University-Hawaii, and LDS Business College.