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ISOA Applauds the Signing of a Landmark Code of Conduct

Author: International Stability Operations Association (ISOA), Published on: 10 November 2010

The International Stability Operations Association (“ISOA”), a trade association that promotes high operational and ethical standards among its membership including more than twenty private security firms, today strongly endorsed the first-ever International Code of Conduct to ensure better transparency and accountability within the stability operations industry. The code was signed earlier today in Geneva, Switzerland, by more than fifty private security companies, including many ISOA Member companies. Among the speakers at the event were [Triple Canopy, G4S]. In particular, this voluntary Code of Conduct highlights private security contractors’ commitment to respecting human rights and the rule of law in conflict zones...

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Related companies: G4S Triple Canopy