Fraud and Corruption (for example, misrepresentation, forgery, or false certification in connection with any official claim or benefit, theft, embezzlement, solicitation/acceptance of bribes, extortion, and/or smuggling).
Conflict of Interest, such as failure to disclose an interest or relationship with a third party who might benefit from a decision in which the staff member takes part
Allegations of sexual abuse and sexual exploitation
Allegations of harassment, including sexual harassment and abuse of authority
Unauthorized outside activities, procurement violations, misuse of ICT resources, misuse of funding to implementing partners, and other violations of UN regulations, rules and administrative issuances
UNRWA is committed to ensure that any retaliation against individuals who report allegations of misconduct in good faith or cooperate with duly authorised audits or investigations will be dealt with as serious misconduct. UNRWA has a duty to protect staff from retaliation.