This page contains the contact details of the people you can turn to if you want to talk in confidence, make a report, or file a complaint. Unsure where to turn? Take a look at the selection guide.
(Former) students and (former) employees can go to the Confidential Advisors for Inappropriate Behaviour for advice and support. The information provided is always treated confidentially. The confidential advisor is there for you as reporter and thinks with you about the possibilities and assists you in submitting a formal complaint. The confidential advisor will also consider further after-care or expert support. Any follow-up actions to a report are only taken with your consent.
There are two confidential advisors for inappropriate behaviour: Marian Joseph and Diederik Gussekloo. You can contact them directly if you would prefer to speak to a specific person, or send an email to the email address that they both read.
The Committee for Interpersonal Integrity consists of nine members. An external chairperson, three members from outside the UU with professional knowledge and expertise of specific types of violations, three members from within the UU with knowledge of the organisation, and two student members.
There are two confidential advisors for research integrity: Iris Engelhard and Bert Theunissen. You can contact them directly if you would prefer to speak to a specific person, or send an email to the email address that they both read.
The Executive Board has also jointly appointed the confidential advisers on personnel-related matters, inappropriate behaviour and research integrity as confidential advisers for whistleblowers. An employee who suspects wrongdoing can contact them for information, advice and support.
There are two ombudspersons for personnel-related matters. You can contact them directly if you would prefer to speak to someone specifically, or send an email to the email address that they both read.