code of ethics

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A formalised standard of professional conduct
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code of ethics

A summary (sometimes in written form) of a profession's values and standards of conduct.
See also: code
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The Mexican Football Federation said Wednesday it has opened an investigation into whether Diego Maradona violated its ethics code when he praised Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro after a recent match.
The infringements committed by the UAE FA related to the following matters: * Liability for spectator conduct (Article 65, AFC Disciplinary and Ethics Code) * Organisation of Matches (Article 64, AFC Disciplinary and Ethics Code) * Distribution of beverages (Article 31, AFC Safety and Security Regulations) * Public passageways (Article 33, AFC Safety and Security Regulations) In addition, the UAE FA has also been ordered to play one match without spectators (ie.
Restaurant and hotels owners must fix service prices for both normal days and the holiday season and be aware of the ethics code as one of the criteria they need to meet to qualify for a business licence.
Third, the NASP ethics code is more "practice oriented" whereas the APA ethics code contains both a practice and research orientation.
The media ethics committee said Thursday that news outlets had violated the ethics code and were prejudiced and racist among others, when reporting the recent killing of a nine-year-old girl by her brother, 13.
Monmouth County Freeholder candidate Larry Lutrell is proposing reinstating the ethics code and establishing a bipartisan ethics committee at the county level.
'The development in the professional space called for the introduction of the new minimum standard ethics code for improved performance as the first code of ethics was released in 1991 and has been in use for the past 27 years.
Football's world governing body Fifa said Friday it had banned the head of the Brazilian football federation, Marco Polo Del Nero, for life following a graft probe.Fifa said in a statement that the probe revealed that Del Nero had violated multiple articles of the body's ethics code including those relating to bribery and corruption.
They also violated the state ethics code, Gordon said.
'My decision today that the oath of office you have taken be accompanied by an Integrity and ethics code, both signed in public, is my demonstration of this commitment,' the President told them.
NUTP began formulating the ethics code in 2016, with input from organisations and NGOs including the Parent Action Group for Education, the Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation, the Parent-Teacher Association, UNI-Malaysia Labour Centre, the Tun Hussein Onn Teachers Foundation, as well as the police.
In his final report on the long-running probe, Schuler said he began investigating last year, prompted by a Chicago Sun-Times article that "raised the question of whether" CPS general counsel Ronald Marmer a longtime friend of Claypool had violated the schools ethics code.

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