Finance & Accountability
The Network, to date, is financially supported by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, Finn Church Aid, KAICIID Dialogue Centre and the Sultanate of Oman.In addition, the Network is significantly supported by in-kind contributions by several Network members and other external funders. The funds are channeled to Network activities through the Secretariat hosted by the Finn Church Aid.
The Secretariat of the Network adheres to the principles of the financial accountability of FCA. The principles of FCA include operating according to good governance and accounting practices, the responsible and open use of resources in accordance with good management practices, risk assessment, and the principles of sustainable development. FCA is the legal entity of the Network.
The Network continues developing partnerships with a range of international donors to strengthen its activities and enhance its performance towards rights holders and duty bearers. For information on supporting the Network, please contact the Secretariat.
Do No Harm and Conflict Sensitivity
Filing A Complaint
The Network strives to maintain transparency, accuracy and accountability in all of our work. If you think we have not fulfilled our duties, or you have witnessed a staff member engaged in misconduct, you are encouraged to submit a formal complaint.
Data Protection Principles
- We only collect and process personal data that is necessary, and delete any outdated data
- We use the data in our communication, customer service and service delivery
- All personal data is processed in centralized registers at the FCA headquarters in Helsinki
- Relevant personal data is also processed by the persons actively involved in voluntary work or resource mobilization in other locations or in events, where this activity is taking place and where they might collect personal data
- We use the data for authorized marketing and targeted marketing
- Our principle is that personal data is not disclosed to a party outside the organization
Commenting and Posting Policy
The Network warmly welcomes your participation and comments on the Network’s social media and in our webinars and online forums. Our online sites are governed by the general rules of respectful civil discourse. You are fully responsible for everything that you post.
The Network for Religious and Traditional Peacemakers does not discriminate against any views. Nevertheless, the Network may monitor any user-generated content as it chooses and reserves the right to remove content for any reason, without consent. We do not verify the identity of participants.
Posting and commenting guidelines:
- We will remove content that contains abusive, vulgar, offensive, racist, threatening or harassing content, personal attacks of any kind, or offensive terms that target specific individuals or groups.
- We may remove content that contains personal information (whether your own or someone else’s), including home address, home or cell phone number, or personal e-mail address, in order to protect privacy.
- Gratuitous links to sites and repeat submissions of the same (or very similar) contributions are viewed as spam and may result in the content being removed.
- Do not post anything that you do not have the right to post or include links to copyright infringing material.
- All user-generated content is released into the public domain unless the participant clearly states otherwise, so do not submit anything you do not wish to broadcast to the general public.
- Users who do not comply with these standards of conduct may be blocked.