Accessibility and Disability
The Ikoku Charitable Trusts is committed to offering equal access to persons, with and without disabilities, as visitors and users of its Products and Services — designed, developed and operated with capabilities, function and independence in mind.
Therefore, persons engaged in activity within, for, on behalf of, in reference to and otherwise pertaining to The Ikoku Charitable Trusts are expected to uphold the following:
Dignity and Independence
— that The Ikoku Charitable Trusts treat people with disabilities in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence.
— that The Ikoku Charitable Trusts make every reasonable effort to ensure people with and without disabilities enjoy equal and authorized access as visitors and users of its Products and Services.
— that The Ikoku Charitable Trusts make every reasonable effort to ensure people with and without disabilities enjoy equal opportunity for authorized use of and benefit from its Products and Services.
Prevention and Meeting of Requirements
— that The Ikoku Charitable Trusts remove and prevent barriers to accessibility and meet accessibility requirements delineated in applicable guidelines, law and regulation.
Timely and Effective Response
— that The Ikoku Charitable Trusts communicate accessibly with, provide effective feedback options for, and meet the needs of individuals and groups with disabilities in a reasonably timely manner.
As Provided by The Founder
— that The Ikoku Charitable Trusts ensure and require that all such access, opportunity and determination of accessibility, equality and equity be approved, reviewed and authorized solely by expressly written instrument signed and sealed of the Founder and President, Alvan Azinna Chibuzo Ikoku.
Accordance with Ethics
— that The Ikoku Charitable Trusts ensure following the above principles further remains in accordance with the Codes and Policies and especially the Founding and Governing Code of Ethics.
Central and Associated Policies
As stated earlier, The Ikoku Charitable Trusts User Agreement and Code of Conduct consist of several Codes and Policies that collectively govern all of your activity with, within, for, in reference to and otherwise pertaining to The Ikoku Charitable Trusts. By continuing, you indicate that you understand that these Codes and Policies include — but are not limited to — the Founding and Mission Statement, the Founding and Governing Code of Ethics, the Policy on Corporate Integrity, the Policy on Independence and Freedoms, the Policy on Privacy and Confidentiality, the Terms and Conditions of Use and Service, and the Acceptable Uses Policy along with all Associated Codes and Policies. Access to the aforementioned is provided below.
Founding and Mission
Founding Code of Ethics
Independence and Freedoms
Privacy and Confidentiality
Terms and Conditions
The Acceptable Uses Policy
To Further Consider
Your Knowledge and Agreement
The Ikoku Charitable Trusts strongly recommend you develop and maintain your knowledge of all the Codes and Policies, and so ask that you read, understand and regularly visit this page and other communications regarding the Policy on Accessibility and Disability, as well as the Codes and Policies. The Ikoku Charitable Trusts take your continued visiting and use of the Products and Services, including the Sites, as active indication of your knowledge, understanding, legally binding acceptance and agreement.
Your Duty to Corporate Integrity
To protect the corporate and organizational integrity of The Ikoku Charitable Trusts — as well as the properties, rights and protections of the Trusts Corporation and its Trustees and official persons — The Ikoku Charitable Trusts require all natural and legal persons concerned to read, understand, abide by and, where applicable, sign contracts and agreements delineated and described in the Policy on Corporate Integrity.
The Ikoku Charitable Trusts remind you that the Policy on Corporate Integrity forms part of The Ikoku Charitable Trusts User Agreement and Code of Conduct. Thus, The Ikoku Charitable Trusts take your continued visiting and use of the Products and Services, including the Sites, as active indication of your legally binding acceptance of this Policy as well as the Codes and Policies.
Your Questions and Feedback
Please contact email@example.com with any feedback, issues or questions — which will be addressed by the President, CEO and Chair, Alvan Azinna Chibuzo Ikoku.
Your Reporting of Violations
If you detect, notice or are informed of a possible breach or violation of this Policy or any of these Codes and Policies, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any details you have — which will be addressed by the President, CEO and Chair, Alvan Azinna Chibuzo Ikoku.
As with all official documents, materials, policies and statements of The Ikoku Charitable Trusts, definitions for terms used here can be found in the main Codes and Policies page.
Also at The Trusts
As stated earlier, The Ikoku Charitable Trusts is dedicated to fostering philanthropy and good works concerning Africa, its global diasporas and a range of shared societies — toward the betterment of lives across the globe. And so in accordance with the above, The Trusts provides the following:
A Nonprofit Dedicated to Africa
An independent, private, non-profit organization that serves the public interest in Africa and its global diasporas — by advancing education and research and by also supporting creative ideas, civic endeavors and emerging communities, organizations and societies.
Support for a Global and Just Future
A founding mission and ongoing emphases of support for good works that help the public understand Africa’s essential place in a global future, one that is to be more knowledgeable, environmentally sustainable, equitable and of benefit across communities in just societies.
A Vision of the Public Good
A vision of the public good that accounts for the past while ensuring a just and shared future. That draws inspiration from peoples who, despite a history of systemic difficulties, maintain an unyielding belief that the betterment of their human condition will foster the betterment of those living around them and will enhance the present and futures of the regularly disenfranchised, marginalized and underserved.