ECA's Code of Ethics principles

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Running head: ECA CODE OF ETHICSECA CODE OF ETHICSName of the student:Name of the university:Author note:
1ECA CODE OF ETHICSQuestion 1;Code of Ethics can be described as an aspirational framework for reflection about thedifferent ethical responsibilities that need to be followed and maintained by childhoodprofessionals who are seen to work with or on behalf of children and their families. This policyconsiders protection, safety as well as well-being of children to be the most vital aspect ofeducation. Therefore, it is considered that the main responsibility of the childhood professionalswould be to speak out or take actions if they witness any form of unethical practice taking placewith the children. This code of ethics defines Aboriginal and Torres islander’s traditional waysof care giving to the children. This code believes that every child care professionals need to bevery careful about the decisions they make and the actions they take either individually as well ascollectively and they need to respond to all concerned individuals with respect. The code ofethics is also based on the foundation that every childhood professionals have the responsibilityto develop trust and unique relationships with families, children and community and maintainprofessional accountability.Childhood professionals need to be careful while communicating, interacting andworking with children and colleagues and maintain specific responsibilities of their professions.While interacting and working with the children professionals need to act in the best interest ofthe children and develop a safe, healthy as well as inclusive environment for the children.Allowing the children to be in the present and enjoy the moments and not pressuring them to beprepared for future is another principle that needs to be followed and even shared with familymembers of the children. Children should never be discriminated on the basis of age, sex,gender, economic status, lifestyle, religion, culture and others and follow ethics of justice. Whileworking with colleagues, professionals need to encourage their colleagues to act in accordance
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