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2021 AEPF ETHICAL PRACTICES SURVEY REPORT

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THE ANTI-INTIMIDATION AND ETHICAL PRACTICES FORUM (AEPF)

The AEPF was created to assist professionals in certain fields who are being intimidated for exposing corruption in the workplace.

We also provide advice to potential whistle-blowers in the governance, accounting, auditing, business, risk management and related fields on how to blow the whistle safely, responsibly and effectively.

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Criteria for reviewing cases
The AEPF reviews case matters reported by members that concern whistleblowing, corruption, unethical behavior, fraud, victimization, intimidation relating to unethical and non-governance practices.
The AEPF can only give guidance, advice and recommendations to complainants on cases reported.
Members reporting cases to the AEPF must have exhausted all internal reporting processes at their working organisations.
The case matter should then be reported at the professional membership level following exhausting the matter at the working organisation.
The Professional membership will then refer the case matter to the AEPF if the complaint meets the case criteria.
All cases will be reviewed on merit and all information regarding the complaint received.
No police or court cases will be reviewed.
No cases older than 2 years will be reviewed.
No cases from outside of the AEPF membership will be reviewed.
Each case will be given a case number and filed as such for reference purposes.
The AEPF independent evaluations panel may request for all information necessary from the complainant in order to review a case in chronological order.
Recommendations from the AEPF are solely based on factual information provided as given from the panel of experts who, voluntarily commit to membership on the AEPF Evaluations Panel.
Correspondence on case matters may take up to two months for reviews and feedback from the AEPF.
Executive Members
Corruption Watch
IoDSA
Forum Partners
Chartered Governance
FPI
ISACA
SACIA