Política de Medios Sociales – IFRC

Esta Política aplica a todo el personal de la Secretaría de la FICR, que incluye personal (empleados, personal local y personal en préstamo) y personas que no son empleados fijos (voluntarios, consultores y pasantes), así como cualquier otro individuo que trabaje para o represente a la FICR y/o a quien se le solicite que firme el Código de Conducta del personal. El término “FICR” en esta Política se refiere a la Secretaría de la FICR en Ginebra, Oficinas de Zona, oficinas regionales y de país, así como a otras operaciones/actividades donde la FICR sea parte legalmente o participe en su organización. 

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