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The Center for Values in International Development is a newly founded nonprofit organization comprised of international development ethicists and practitioners with the aim to help international development and relief institutions to embrace moral values and ethical guidance in their policies and practices. The application of development ethics aims to foster greater awareness about the ethical foundations and dimensions of relief and development, grounded in frameworks such as social justice, gender equality, addressing systemic racism, human dignity and human rights, basic needs, and feminist concepts of human interdependencies. The Center will work with USAID senior leadership on diversity, equity, and inclusion and the application of ethics to USAID policies and practices.