REPORTING MISCONDUCT

Oxfam has a zero-tolerance approach to inaction on exploitation, abuse, fraud and corruption. We encourage you to confidentially report misconduct below.

Confidentially Report Misconduct

At Oxfam, it is vital that everyone who works for us maintains the highest standards of conduct, integrity and ethics, and complies with local legislation.

If you suspect that misconduct has, or is about to occur, we encourage you to communicate your suspicions without fear of reprisal and in the knowledge that you will be protected from victimization and/or dismissal.

All reports are confidential, and we will only share the details with the appropriate team members to progress your complaint. Reporters, survivors and complainants can choose to stay anonymous throughout the process.

You can report misconduct on our webform below, by email at  or by phone at 1-613-627-8699.

How the incident reporting process works

We commit to engage with everyone involved and to act as swiftly as possible to conclude all cases. However, the timeline may vary depending on the nature and complexity of the complaint.

This graphic outlines the steps of the misconduct reporting process, including filing an incident report, the assessment, case management, the outcome and the closing of the case
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