Do you have something to report?

If you experience or suspect misconduct, we encourage you to report it to


Caritas has zero tolerance for corruption, corporate crime and unacceptable behavior. We work continuously to strengthen our control and whistleblowing procedures and to prevent and expose corruption, misuse and abuse.

If you experience or suspect that something is wrong, we encourage you to report it. If the problems cannot be resolved through internal dialog at Caritas Norway, a notification can be sent to our digital notification channel.

Who can notify?

  • Everyone who is affected by our work or the projects we support
  • Employees, hired consultants, participants and others associated with businesses
  • Our partner organizations
  • Donors/donors
  • Supporters and stakeholders

Any employee/volunteer who suspects a breach of Caritas Norway's Code of Conduct has a duty to report it.

What can be notified?

  • Bullying
  • Harassment
  • Unwanted sexual attention
  • Discrimination
  • Violence
  • Violation of Caritas Norway's Code of Conduct
  • Conditions that threaten life or health
  • Danger to the climate or environment
  • Corruption or other financial crime
  • Abuse of authority
  • Unsafe working environment
  • Breach of personal data security

Privacy and security

If desired, a report can be anonymous. All reports are submitted to the Secretary General, who is responsible for ensuring that the report is processed in line with our whistleblowing guidelines. Everyone who submits a report will shortly receive a confirmation that the report has been received and what will happen next. A report to Caritas Norway is confidential and will be treated in confidence.