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Complaint and reporting mechanisms should be designed through participatory methods to ensure they are accessible and understandable for all individuals, specifically those with increased vulnerability. In some contexts, shared reporting mechanisms may be most effective and inter-agency agreements can facilitate referrals of complaints between organizations. Mechanisms should provide the opportunity for feedback to complaints and prioritize their safety and confidentiality. Organizations must also take seriously the fear of reprisal that hinders people from reporting in the first place and take steps to mitigate that fear by being clear about what will happen following a complaint.
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Bond: Reporting Procedure

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Guidelines on Setting Up on Community Based Complaint Mechanism

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International Medical Corps Complaints Procedure Manual 2008

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