Formalised reporting means that you don’t just speak up, you deliver a form about the censurable conditions. By making a formal report, you give UiO a better chance of dealing with the situation you are reporting.
Use a reporting form
To submit a formalised report, you use this form:
Reporting form (word)
Where do you send the form?
Both students and staff submit the form electronically or by post to the Faculty Director or equivalent position. In the central administration, the form is delivered to the departmental director.
Students and staff are obliged by law to follow an appropriate procedure when raising concerns
Allegations of censurable conditions can be stressful for both those who are reported, and the other students and staff.
Do not act in an intimidating manner or create unnecessary difficulties in the community, for example by
- informing more people than necessary
- making unfounded allegations when one knows better
- repeating allegations after the situation has been resolved
Reporting to supervisory authorities
It is prudent to report to the relevant supervisory authorities.
Use of media
Media headlines can cause more unnecessary damage to UiO than other forms of whistleblowing. Before you go to the media, you should consider:
- Is there reason to believe that there really are censurable conditions?
- Is it advisable to speak out internally first?
- Has anyone outside UiO a justifiable interest in learning about the situation?
Please note that anonymity may hinder our ability to do anything about the censurable conditions. A good alternative to anonymity is to request that your name be kept confidential.
If you wish nevertheless to report anonymously, you can call the Internal Auditing Unit on tel. 228 56 289 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.