This code explains what MoSaF’s core values are and outlines the ethical standards which we seek to maintain.
MōSaF London is inclusive not exclusive. We believe in equality for all. We are committed to an anti-discrimination policy. Our activities should be inclusive regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identification, religion, disability, or age.
All members of MōSaF London will be open, transparent, respectful when communicating with each other, to our peers and to the wider community.
MōSaF London will observe the ethical and any legal requirements regarding the handling or use of artefacts, primary and secondary material and any relevant archival standards. We will be aware of conservation and environmental issues concerning materials that maybe used. We will avoid fabrication, falsification and deception of any kind and reference our source material where possible.
MōSaF London will be a beacon for the community, reflecting its diversity and rich cultural heritage. We will develop projects relating to education, the arts and training to help empower and engage a wider audience.
MōSaF London will declare any monies, funding, grants, investments or gifts given whether in cash or in kind. These resources will be used only for the interest of MōSaF London. All transactions will be conducted openly and in an ethical manner. They will be robust to independent scrutiny. Members of MōSaF London will also declare any interests, including financial ones, that may bear on the workings of the museum.
Any funding, sponsorship or other linkage to a person or institution should be in line with our ethical standards and should be carefully scrutinised to ensure that it aligns with MoSaF’s Aims and Objectives. We should not engage with any individual or organisation which is simply using us to launder their own reputation.
Any contact with the media should be in line with our values. We should be mindful of attempts to manipulate MoSaF in line with a political agenda to which we do not subscribe.