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Protection against Retaliation
1.0 Relevant Regulations and Rules
UN Staff Rules and Regulations
[Implements Staff Regulations 3.4 to 3.6 and Staff Rule 3.6]
Staff Rule 1.2 (c)
2.0 Policies
Main Policy
Protection Against Retaliation Policy
 Related Policies
Protection Against Retaliation Policy Arabic
Protection Against Retaliation Policy Portuguese
Protection Against Retaliation Policy French
Protection Against Retaliation Policy Spanish
3.0 Procedures
Main Procedures

Protection against Retaliation

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Language English | Español | Français
Page Properties
Key Words
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Focal Point
Peter Liria
Effective Date
23/04/2018
Planned Review Date
31/12/2018
Summary of Changes/Comments
October 14, 2019 - The Protection Against Retaliation policy is now available in Portuguese and Arabic.

May 11, 2018 - The updated Protection Against Retaliation policy is in line with the latest Secretariat guidelines ST/SGB/2017/2/Rev1 and includes: protection of individuals who choose to report wrongdoing to an external entity in limited circumstances; reducing the turnaround time for Ethics to complete the preliminary review stage (from 45 to 30 days); changing the definition of retaliation so that it aligns with the most recent SGB; the option of recommending transfer of the alleged retaliator; and explicitly prohibiting retaliation against outside parties. Additionally, UNDP introduced the possibility of interim protective measures during the preliminary review stage.

May 11, 2018 - The Protect against Retaliation policy is available in French and Spanish. To access the documents, click on the French and Spanish language tabs.

2015 - Procedures added. (No text change in the policy document.)

July 2012 - This policy was expanded to include protection for non-staff personnel such as contractors, interns and UNVs serving in UNDP or another UNDP administered fund, programme or agency.​

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