The Code of Ethics is meant to be an internally-enforced guide for leaders to act in ways that are healthy for the group, and not an externally-enforced law. While we intend to provide guidance and assistance to groups experiencing conflict based in actual or perceived violations of the code (see below), groups must decide for themselves how they will implement and enforce the code. As is fitting the polity of our Association, we intend the Code of Ethics to be a resource for groups, and not an imposition upon them.
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Last updated on Friday, October 26, 2012.
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