Policy, rule & regulation

To facilitate the seamless implementation and operation of the International NatureEducation and Experience (INEE) programmes at the College of Nature Resources, and to safeguard the fundamental rights of participants, it is crucial to adhere tothefollowing basic principles. These rights encompass, but are not confined to, theentitlement to reside in an atmosphere devoid of harassment based on factors suchas race, age, religion, sex, gender identity, ability, ethnicity, sexual orientation, economic status, or national origin.

Participants enrolled in any of the INEE programmes are integral members of a residential campus that houses both fellow students and staff. Additionally, they become part of a broader local community. Throughout the entire programme duration, adherence to mutual respect is essential, as stipulated by the programme guidelines.