ALGIZ personnel recognize that they occupy positions of trust. ALGIZ requires, and requires their Personnel to, treat all persons humanely and with respect for their dignity and privacy and will report any breach of our Code of Conduct.
During the conduct of our operations, ALGIZ Personnel will conduct themselves with the utmost integrity at all times. ALGIZ Personnel will respect the dignity of all human beings and strictly adhere to all relevant international laws and protocols on human rights.
ALGIZ will take every practicable measure to minimize loss of life and destruction of property.
ALGIZ Personnel agree to follow all rules of international humanitarian law and human rights laws that are applicable as well as all relevant international protocols and conventions, including but not limited to:
Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948)
Geneva Conventions (1949)
Protocols Additional to the Geneva Conventions (1977)
Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights (2000)
Montreux Document (2008) (Voluntary)
ALGIZ, when engaged in peace or stability operations pledges, to the extent possible and subject to contractual and legal limitations, to be open and forthcoming with the International Committee of the Red Cross and other relevant authorities on the nature of their operations and any conflicts of interest that might in any way be perceived as influencing their current or potential ventures.