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Internal Reporting System

Internal Reporting System

The Workplace, as an obliged entity under Act No. 171/2023 Coll., on the protection of whistleblowers (hereinafter referred to as "the Act"), maintains an internal reporting system for the purposes of submitting and assessing reports within the meaning of the Act.

Reporting

The notification contains information about a possible violation that:

  • has the elements of a criminal offence,
  • or is an offence for which a fine of at least 100,000 CZK is imposed,
  • or violates another legal regulation of the Czech Republic or a regulation of the European Union in the areas defined by law,

if it has already taken place or is very likely to take place at the Workplace and if the whistleblower has become aware of it in the context of their work-related activities.

The Workplace as defined in the Act:

  • follows up on reports for which the reporting person’s identity protection is provided;
  • follows up on reports from persons who have performed or are performing work for the workplace as employees, as well as volunteers and paid or unpaid trainees, i.e. the workplace as defined by the Act excludes accepting notifications from other persons.

Means of reporting

The means of reporting through the internal reporting system are in writing, orally, or (at the request of the reporting person) in person, through the contacts listed below:

  • In writing via the web-based reporting system
    The web-based reporting system is a simple, secure system used for written communication between the reporting person and the designated person.

    Enter the web-based reporting system

  • In writing by e-mail
    Reporting via secured e-mail address accessible to the designated person.

    E-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • In writing through paper
    Reports in paper form shall be sent by post to the address of the organisation “for the attention of the designated person”.

    Address: Institute of Philosophy, CAS, Jilská 361/1, 110 00 Prague 1.

  • Orally by telephone
    Reporting by telephone on a secure telephone line.

    Phone number: +420 239 050 505

  • In person
    If the reporting person so requests, the report will be received by the designated person during a personal meeting which will take place within a reasonable period of time, but not later than 14 days from the person’s request.

Detailed information about the means of reporting and communication between the reporting person and the designated person are listed in the web-based reporting system.

Contacts

Contact (designated) person: Petra Zákostelecká (when absent replaced by Julie Černá)

Phone number: +420 239 050 505
E-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Address: Institute of Philosophy, CAS, Jilská 361/1, 110 00 Praha 1.

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