Our primary responsibility is to respect and
consider the welfare and human rights of all
categories of people affected by decisions,
programs or research in which we take part.
To our resource persons or research
subjects we owe full and timely disclosure
of the objectives, methods and
sponsorship of our activities.
To our employers we owe competent,efficient,
fully professional skills and techniques, timely
performance of our work and communication
of our findings and recommendations in
understandable, non-jargonistic language.
In our relations with students and trainees,
we will be candid, fair, nonexploitative,
nondiscriminatory and committed
to the student's or trainee's welfare.
To our colleagues,anthropologists and others,
we have a responsibility to conduct our work
in a manner that facilitates their activities or
that does not unjustly compromise their
ability to carry out professional work.
To the discipline of anthropology we have a
responsibility to act in a manner that presents
the discipline to the public and to other
professional colleagues in a favorable light.