Hiring and purchasing policies
Our ethical code urges us to avoid economic and contractual relationships with activities contrary to human rights recognized in international treaties or in the mission and values of the Foundation. In addition to trying to establish relationships with suppliers that work with values closer to those that govern our activity. In this sense, the contracting and purchasing policy is governed by criteria such as objectivity, quality and independence.
The practical guidelines derived from these criteria are, for example, assessing the social value provided by suppliers, trying to choose the services and products of social entities (integration companies, cooperatives, etc.), prioritizing the purchase and internal use of services and products that are respectful of the environment, sustainable, fair trade and, as a whole, that have a social and cultural value.