Norad’s Whistleblowing channel

Internal Audit and Investigations (Whistleblowing Channel) manages cases related to suspicion of financial irregularities within Norad’s grant management and alerts of harassment by Norad's partners. Other alerts or notifications relating to our employees are handled by the Norad’s Department for Organisational Development.

If you have any suspicions of financial irregularities, harassments or other misconduct, this should be reported to Norad’s Whistleblowing Channel or Norad’s external reporting channel managed by EY.

Whistleblowing about other misconduct such as bullying, sexual harassment and discrimination involving Norad employees is handled by Norad's Department for Organisational Development.

Please see Norad’s whistleblowing poster for more information on reporting on misconduct: Whistleblowing poster

Report to Norad

Norad's Internal Audit and Investigations can be reached via:

When reporting directly to Norad via, please use Norad’s report form for whistleblowing.

Regardless of the channel you use, you can decide to remain anonymous or not.

Report to the external whistleblowing channel

From 1 January 2022, Norad has a new external notification channel operated by EY. As Norad has yet to conclude a processor agreement (as required by EU regulations 2016/679 – “GDPR”) with EY, the external channel for referrals of (suspicion of) fraud or other irregularity is not yet in force. Whistleblowers are therefore asked to refer their concerns directly to

The previous contract with Wiersholm expired 31 December 2021.

In the case of suspicion of financial irregularities related to grants from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, please go to Whistleblowing in the Foreign Service.

Published 24.10.2012
Last updated 14.01.2022