These principles are at the basis of all our work and courses.
We base our reflection, commitment, and actions on listening to victims and survivors and learning from them.
Christian view of the human person
We value every human being as created in God’s image and act correspondingly.
We envisage safeguarding as a spiritual matter that directs us in our theological reflection and a faith-based response.
We honor the variety of cultures, engage in a critical dialogue and facilitate the culturally sound adaptation and implementation of safeguarding measures.
We look at safeguarding simultaneously from the perspective of various disciplines such as psychology, sociology, canon and civil law, theology, etc.