Factors Influencing Misconduct Reporting: A meta-analysis
The purpose of this document is to provide an analysis of the critical factors that influence decision-making behaviour related to misconduct reporting, based on a human-centred design approach. Findings have been analysed across three research locations:
The intended primary audience includes the accountability, safeguarding, protection, gender justice, and technology teams from Oxfam Great Britain (Oxfam GB) and members of Oxfam country offices across the world.
This document is also intended for other sector audiences interested in understanding the critical factors that influence misconduct reporting.
There are three sections to this document:
- The first section provides some background information on this initiative and the approach guiding this work.
- The second section presents an analysis of the key findings and trends identified.
- The final section offers some high-level considerations for moving forward.
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