Our ethics

GPV/KCV is committed to an ethical approach to its work, meaning that it will:

  • maintain a commitment to its beliefs, prioritising the wellbeing of families,
  • maintain confidentiality at all times, protecting the privacy of all who associate with GPV/KCV,
  • uphold individual rights while at the same time advocating for the rights of disadvantaged groups,
  • foster a culture of fairness,
  • respect a diversity of views.

GPV/KCV believes that:

  • all children must be protected and given every opportunity and all possible support to fulfil their potential,
  • the needs of families are becoming more complex and the support grandparents can offer to their own family and to other families is significant,
  • grandparents have unique understandings and attitudes that should influence decisions about child wellbeing,
  • through acting together grandparents can become strong advocates,
  • grandparents have a responsibility to engage in public discussions and to act to ensure the wellbeing of children.

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