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Whistleblower Protection Procedures useful information pamphlet

Who is a whistleblower?

A whistleblower is an individual (staff or non-staff) who has engaged, in good faith, in protected activities which include, but are not limited to, cooperating with an IFAD audit or investigation; reporting suspected unsatisfactory conduct or misconduct; and availing of IFAD’s established dispute resolution procedures.

As a result of engaging in protected activities, these individuals may be subject to threats of retaliation, or believe that retaliatory action has been taken against them.                                  

Type

Legal document, Procedure

Date

August 2017