We are actively engaged in building gender sensitive criminal justice systems. As an equal opportunities employer, we will give particular attention to creating a workplace free from discrimination or violence based on gender identity or sexual orientation.
We do not contribute to or tolerate corrupt practices in any form. We work towards a criminal justice system from which corruption has been eliminated and where all individuals are treated fairly.
We work in a field which, over the coming years, will be heavily affected by climate change. Penitentiary systems across the globe are being challenged by the way they adapt to the effects of climate change.
We recognise that our work also has an effect on the environment, and seek to strengthen our collaborative work-methods to reduce our carbon footprint. This can be achieved through reduced air travel, subscribing to locally produced and renewable energy where possible, and ensuring our publications and other material are printed on renewable or recycled paper with eco-friendly ink.