What happens after I make a report?
The IIU will immediately register the report. The information will be analysed and assessed. If your report is outside of the IIU mandate, the IIU will then refer the matter to the appropriate body. Where the allegations meet the IIU assessment criteria, the IIU will then conduct a full investigation. The results of the investigation will be reported to the appropriate body of the GCF.
How does the IIU protect Whistleblowers and Witnesses?
The IIU guarantees the confidentiality of the identities of whistleblowers and witnesses. Retaliation against whistleblowers and witnesses is a Prohibited Practice and is not tolerated. Please inform the IIU if you experience or suspect any form of retaliation.
Who is informed about the report?
The IIU respects the confidentiality of the information provided. During the course of an investigation, details of the report will be shared with identified witnesses and the subject. However, no details about the author of the report will be provided.
Results of investigations will be published in periodic reports, but the identity of the parties involved shall be kept confidential. Please inform the IIU if you have any concerns about sharing details of the report provided.
Are there any rewards for making a report?
GCF does not offer monetary or any other forms of rewards to whistleblowers and witnesses.