We encourage anyone who encounters corruption, or have substantial suspicion about corruption directly or indirectly involving DanChurchAid, to report it through our complaints mechanism. All DCA staff are obligated to report real or suspected incidences of corruption.
Only three employees from the Human Resource Unit in Copenhagen have acces to this e-mail. On basis of the complaint, it will be considered if an investigation committee will be established and an investigation will take place.
The complaint will be handled in full confidentiality and with great respect to the complainant and the persons/organizations involved.
DanChurchAid does not accept anonymous complaints.
In case of doubt or uncertainties, we encourage both staff, partners and stakeholders to seek advice with our anti-corruption adviser at Headquarter or with our regional anti-corruption focal points. A list of regional focal points can be acquired from the anti-corruption advisor.
Typically, we discover corruption through:
The methods often used to reveal corruption include:
When there is a well-founded suspicion of corruption, we have a clear practice:
If the investigation confirms the suspicion, we take further steps: