Our Policies & procedures

Our Policies

APLE strictly abides by the country's laws and its professional code of conduct that establishes guiding principles of highest moral, professional conduct aiming to ensure good practices.  

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Child Protection Policy

This policy aims to establish risk management approach to preventing child abuse and exploitation, provide guidance on code of behavior governing interactions with children and determine practical reporting and response procedures.

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Media Policy

Believing that the media plays an important role in the combat against child sexual exploitation, APLE makes every effort to cooperate when facilitating media requests. We seek to work with the media transparently and honestly to protect Cambodian children and educate the masses about child sex exploitation.

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Confidentiality and Data protection Policy

This policy aims to help all staff improve and maintain security of information system, determine their responsibilities under the requirements of relevant existing legislation and minimize the risk of security breach for the best interest of all people involved.

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Equity and Diversity Policy

This policy aims to provide equality, fairness and respect for all in our employment; not discriminate against any individual; and oppose and avoid all forms of discrimination, including in pay and benefits, terms and conditions of employment.

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Environmental Protection Policy

APLE Cambodia is committed to minimising the impact of its activities on the environment. This includes our procurement and use of materials and resources, including all forms of transport.

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Modern Slavery Policy

Modern slavery is a crime and a violation of fundamental human rights. It takes various forms, such as slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labor and human trafficking, all of which have in common the deprivation of a person's liberty by another in order to exploit them for personal or commercial gain.

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Speak Up Policy

The reporting of concerns and suspicions is central to APLE’s work in combating child sexual abuse and exploitation. Consequently the Board of APLE is keen to foster an environment where APLE staff are empowered and encouraged to raise issues free from detriment or retaliation.

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Grievance Policy

This policy aims to ensure that grievance problems at work are solved as quickly and as fairly as possible. It is intended that both APLE Cambodia and its employees should view the use of this procedure in a constructive light.

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Report it, Don't Ignore it.

If you come across child sexual abuse material online (CSAM), report it. You can also call our Hotline 092 311 511 to talk to our Hotline analyst and seek help.