Accountability

We ensure accountability and transparency in every aspect of our business. We’re committed to efficiency, effectiveness and best practice corporate governance.

We’re transparent

Every year, Plan International Australia is audited by PriceWaterhouseCoopers to ensure accuracy and consistency in our financial reporting.

Learn more about where our support comes from and how funds are spent.

To read a complete breakdown of our finances, view our financial statements and Annual Reports.

We’re a member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID)

ACFID is the peak council for Australian aid and development organisations. We adhere to its code of conduct, which demands high standards of corporate governance, public accountability and financial management. View the Constitution of Plan International Australia (PDF 250KB).

Good governance

Our Board of Directors are responsible for guiding the strategic direction of the organisation and are accountable for our actions and the impact of our activities.

Learn more about our compliance and regulation, and how we’re committed to efficiency, effectiveness and best practice corporate governance.

You can also read our current organisational policies.

Child protection is our number one priority

We take seriously our responsibility to safeguard all people from harm.

We work to both prevent harm as well as respond immediately and effectively to any concern. Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and an everyday part of our work.

We care about the environment

At Plan International Australia, we take responsibility for our environmental footprint. We undertake an emissions inventory each year and are committed to transparent reporting. We have also implemented a range of activities that will either reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, or enhance our capacity to do so. Those activities include:

  • de-lamping excess office lights
  • purchasing 25% Green Power
  • adding an additional organic kitchen bin
  • divestment: moving our investments from financial institutions with fossil fuel investments to more sustainable options
  • reducing energy usage through efficiency measures implemented by our building landlord.

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