GovernanceEngineers Without Borders Australia's governance structure is regulated by a Constitution and a set of core policies enacted by the Board of Directors. As a company, EWB must comply with the Corporations Act 2001. Download Constitution
EWB Australia’s Board of Directors monitors and safeguards the company so that it continues to achieve its mission, aims and objectives. The Board is responsible for the organisation’s overarching strategic direction and for ensuring that appropriate governance, risk management and compliance systems are in place.
The Constitution is enacted and changed by the membership of EWB, while polices are managed and altered as needed by the Board of Directors.
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EWB’s Board of Directors has developed a Charter to assist in explaining its role and relationship with EWB stakeholders including the CEO and Executive, National Council and Chapters, members, partners and the engineering and development communities.
EWB is a full member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) and complies with the ACFID Code Of Conduct, which prescribes the highest standards of development practise.
Our aim is that by 2030 more than 1,000,000 people will have equitable access to technology to live well and pursue their aspirations sustainably, as a clear result of our work. Our ten-year strategy from 2020-2030 outlines our plan to achieve this.
EWB’s business is managed by the Board of Directors, who monitor and safeguard the company so that it continues to achieve its mission, aims and objectives.