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Actions

There are four areas to which we pay intense and particular attention in developing action in our strive for change:

  1. Contractors are in our scope, because there are too many bad practices

  2. Donors have our attention because some have systems that allow bad contractors to sustain in business

  3. Procedures for employment have our attention because of its impact on the quality of our work and our ability to earn a fair income

  4. New ways of engaging in business makes us touch new ground: we are considering alternative ways make our work, our business more attractive.

Actions in these focal areas vary from surveys to campaigns, from pressure on donors to political lobby and and from media attention to developing alternatives.