Dignity and Respect
At the National Assembly for Wales we are committed to providing an inclusive culture that is free from harassment.
We expect that those who work with, or come in to contact with, Assembly Members, the staff they employ or Assembly Commission employees, are treated with dignity and respect.
Following the statements made by the Llywydd, the Chair of the Standards of Conduct Committee and the leaders of the party groups in November 2017 and February 2018, we approved our Dignity and Respect policy on 16 May 2018.
Making a complaint
If you wish to make a complaint under the Dignity and Respect policy, the information below explains the options available to you depending on who you are and who you are complaining about:
Discuss your concerns with us
If you are not ready to make a complaint at this stage but would like to discuss your concerns, or if you are not certain how to make a complaint, please contact one of our Contact Officers confidentially. Details about the role of our Contact Officers are contained within our Dignity and Respect guidance, together with their contact details. Our Freephone number 0800 020 9550 will connect you with one of them.
We appreciate that anyone making a complaint under our procedures, or those who have allegations against them, are likely to require emotional support. Options are provided in the information below. If you approach our Contact Officers, they will also be able to discuss these with you.