Who can you contact?

Here you can find contact details for employees and students who have been exposed to, or have noticed, discrimination, harassment, violations or other incidents at KI.

At KI, there is zero tolerance for discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment and victimisation. KI and employer representatives are required by law to act when such issues occurs. What is reported must be investigated according to KI guidelines.

An investigation:

  • aims to clarify the circumstances of the supposed misconduct
  • is the basis for a decision on what measures must be taken in order to stop the unwelcome behaviour
  • must be carried out quickly, objectively and legally
  • must be documented and followed up
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If you have been subjected to abuse

You should first contact a manager in your area or HR at your department. The guidelines contain additional information about different contact routes. 

  • It is you who has been subjected to abuse who determines if the event or behaviour is unwelcome. 
  • Act immediately if you feel that you have been subjected to abuse.  
  • If the situation is not threatening, try informing the person responsible for the behaviour that their behaviour is unwelcome, or alternatively ask someone else to do this.    
  • If necessary, contact any of the contact persons mentioned below to get support.  
  • Employed at KI: Inform your immediate manager. If this does not feel appropriate: refer instead to your manager’s superior, administrative manager or equivalent, or any of the persons mentioned below.  
  • Students at KI: Inform any representative at KI, such as a teacher whom you trust. If this does not feel appropriate: refer instead to the Head of Department, coordinator on student law issues or any of the contacts referred to below. 


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Report an incident

By using KI:s incident reporting system you can:

  • report harassment, discrimination or abusive discrimination
  • submit comments or suggestions for improvement regarding your study or work environment
  • get an opportunity to make an anonymous application. However, an investigation might not be completed due to the lack of personal information.
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