The Codes and Policies form the Agreement you enter into whenever — and wherever — you commence or continue any conduct or service relating in any way, directly or indirectly, to The Ikoku Foundations. Please, therefore, take the time to read what follows carefully.
I — Your Policies Agreements
— first, with respect to the Agreement you enter into with The Ikoku Foundations, you understand and agree to abide by the following:
II — Your Policies Consents
— second, with respect to your ability to consent to the Codes and Policies and the Agreement, you covenant, represent, and warrant the following:
III — Your Policies Duties
— third, with respect to your attendant duties to the Codes and Policies and the Agreement, you covenant, represent, and warrant that you understand and agree to fulfill the following:
IV — Your Policies Knowledge
— fourth, with respect to any changes or updates to the Codes and Policies or the Agreement, you covenant, represent, and warrant that you understand and agree to abide by the following:
Read Further Below
As stated earlier, the governance of The Chinyere and Chinelo Ikoku Foundation and The Alvan Azinna Chibuzo Ikoku Foundation is, in important part, conducted via the Codes and Policies below:
Ikoku Foundations Agreement
The Ikoku Foundations Conduct and Service Agreement, which
Conditions of Founding
Conditions of Governance
Conditions of Service
Correlative Policies Below
The Codes and Policies requires your adherence to the conditions and basic policies above and correlative policies delineated below.
Accessibility and Disability
Appointment and Employment
Confidentiality and Privacy
Conflicts of Interest
Data and Information
Discrimination and Harassment
Diversity and Inclusion
Environs and Sustainability
Freedoms and Liberties
Human Subjects Research and Investigation
Independence and Integrity
Lawfulness and Justice
Membership and Voting
Private Nature and Public Interest
Safety and Security
Safety and Security
Specific and Supplementary
Where appropriate and authorized by the Founder, The Ikoku Group will list here any Supplementary Conditions and Terms that are Specific to given Parties, Persons, Products, Services, Sites, or equivalent.
Concerns and Questions
Please report any concerns about code or policy violations, and send any questions you may have regarding the Codes and Policies or The Ikoku Group Conduct and Service Agreement, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
And as a concluding aviso and proviso, you are informed as well as reminded that by commencing or continuing any conduct or service relating to The Chinyere and Chinelo Ikoku Foundation or The Alvan Azinna Chinbuzo Ikoku Foundation — in any way, either directly or indirectly, and via any manner, means, method, or mode — you enter into The Ikoku Foundations Conduct and Service Agreement and agree to abide by and be legally bound by the Policy conditions, principles, protections, and terms described above, and the Codes and Policies, in their entirety without modification or severability, as amended from time to time solely by the Founder.
Ethics at the Foundations, in Foundation
The Codes and Policies above deeply reflect the founding and mission of The Ikoku Foundations. They inform the work of The Ikoku Foundations and efforts to achieve benefit, impact, and success. The result, therefore, are three features evident in the organizations, their products and services, and most importantly, their communities:
Nonprofits Dedicated to Africa
Independent, private, non-profit organizations that serve the public interest in Africa and its global diasporas — by advancing education and research and by also supporting creative ideas, civic endeavors and emerging communities, organizations and societies.
Support for a Global and Just Future
A founding mission and ongoing emphases of support for good works that help the public understand Africa’s essential place in a global future, one that is to be more knowledgeable, environmentally sustainable, equitable and of benefit across communities in just societies.
A Vision of the Public Good
A vision of the public good that accounts for the past while ensuring a just and shared future. That draws inspiration from peoples who, despite a history of systemic difficulties, maintain an unyielding belief that the betterment of their human condition will foster the betterment of those living around them and will enhance the present and futures of the regularly disenfranchised, marginalized and underserved.