Volunteers should not use their status as volunteers of the association to obtain personal benefits from those who want to do business with the association or do business. In addition, volunteers should not accept gifts, payments, services, fees, special privileges, fun or vacation trips, accommodation or loans from a person (except in the case of loans, people in loan activity, then on conventional terms) or from an organization or group that wishes to do or do business with the association. This code of conduct applies to all volunteers, including chapter volunteers. Discrimination The ELI project engages in a policy of fair representation and will not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, disability, gender, colour, religion, sexual orientation, geography or age. The ELI project will continue this policy in the selection of volunteers. Volunteers are expected to meet these standards as part of their duties. Definition of « volunteer » A « volunteer » is anyone who, without compensation or expectation of compensation, fulfills, beyond reimbursement, a mission to support the objectives and objectives of the ELI project. Volunteers are not considered « collaborators » of the ELI project. The minimum age for volunteering in ELI Project depends on the nature of the event and is listed on the event page.
Any intellectual property developed by a volunteer as part of his or her activity within the association (for example. B guides, training resources, promotional materials) is the property of the association. RHPA volunteers comply with HRPA`s travel and fee policy and must only inc afford costs approved by HRPA staff or any other responsible person.