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Whistleblowing: guidance for charity employees

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Charities and whistleblowing: key points

Charity employees can report concerns about certain categories of serious wrongdoing at their charity to the Charity Commission.

The commission asks that whistleblowing reports are made in writing via the dedicated whistleblowing email address.

These employees have some protection in law under the Public Interest Disclosure Act (the Act) from detrimental treatment or victimisation from their employer if, in the public interest, they report concerns about serious wrongdoing at their charity to the commission, provided that the concerns they report meet the conditions in the Act for a ’protected disclosure’.

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