ICOM CAMEROON knew how to surround itself with partners to fully fulfill its mission. These are NGOs, States, foundations or even federations that collaborate and work hand in hand with ICOM to ensure the development of its actions in favor of museums throughout the world.
Partners in a formal relationship of association
Statement by the International Council of Museums (ICOM) and the World Federation of Friends of Museums (WFFM) for sustainable cultural tourism worldwide. (2007)
Illegal traffic on the Internet. Appeal from ICOM, UNESCO and Interpol (2007)
Statement by the President of ICOM on current legal actions against museums for the return of illegally exported cultural property (in particular, Italy against the Jean Paul Getty Museum) (2006).
Code of ethics
The ethics and exemplary conduct of museum professionals are fundamental values for ICOM.
The ICOM Code of Ethics for Museums, adopted in 1986 and revised in 2006 establishes the values and principles common to ICOM and the world museum community. A reference tool, translated into 36 languages, it sets minimum standards of professional practice and performance for museums and their staff.
By joining ICOM, each member undertakes to respect this Code