SPIDER is committed to prevent and stop any kind of misconduct that might occur in our projects or organisation. Misconduct includes corruption, illegal actions, discrimination, sexual harassment, conflicts of interest and other types of unethical behaviour.

How to report

SPIDER defines corruption as the abuse of trust, power, or position for improper gain. The abuse referred to includes receiving and offering bribes, blackmail, conflict of interest, and nepotism.

If you suspect any kind of economic corruption or misconduct or wish to file a complaint against SPIDER or one of our partners, let us know. We take cases of sexual harassment and discrimination based on sex, age, ethnicity, or other grounds extremely seriously and urge you to report immediately. All complaints will be handled following the Rules and procedure for handling suspected irregularities and crimes established by Stockholm University. 

Please report if:

You suspect corruption in a SPIDER project
You know that SPIDER funds are not being managed according to agreement
You are aware of serious misconduct by a member of SPIDER staff or SPIDER project partner staff

How to report

There are two options for blowing the whistle – by telephone or via the Stockholm university whistleblower function.
Reports are handled by an external supplier and you decide if you want to remain anonymous.

Report by phone:
+46 77 140 16 36
Report via the web:
SU Whistleblower function