The Formal Stuff

This Rotarian Action Group is not an agency of, or controlled by, Rotary International. If you are publishing any material in which the Rotarian Action Group Against Child Slavery is a named party this formal statement must be included. Failure to do so could result in the Action Group’s status within the Rotary International framework being withdrawn.

The Elected Board of RAGAS comprises 9 Rotarians drawn from around the world. It is required to operate strictly in Accordance with Rotary International Action Group Policies. Bylaws governing the management of RAGAS were approved by the RI Board on 24th January 2013. You can view a copy here. A copy of the Formation Board’s Business Plan submitted to the RI Board in late 2012 may be viewed here.

Internal management and operational Guidelines for Board Members, Coordinators and others representing the Action Group were last updated in June 2015.

The Board’s Data Protection Policy was last updated in May 2018.  If you have cause to believe your rights have been infringed please email the Secretary.

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Data protection policy: The Board of RAGAS updated and approved the Action Group’s Data Protection Policy in 2018. A copy may be obtained here.