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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.                                  


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August 2017