Our Internal Grievance Policy
At Fair Seas, we want to ensure our team always feels safe and supported. Our grievance policy and procedure will provide a mechanism to solve problems and no employee shall suffer any form of victimisation as a result of raising a grievance under this procedure.
Our External Grievance Policy
Accountability and Grievance Mechanism
Fair Seas is collaborating with the Blue Nature Alliance on the Fair Seas Campaign. The grievance mechanism described here is a platform for transparency and is a commitment to respecting the thoughts and wishes of all our stakeholders.
What is a grievance?
A grievance is a complaint about something that is affecting you negatively. In this case, it is a complaint about a negative impact of the Blue Nature Alliance project, Fair Seas.
Who can report a grievance?
Anyone affected by the work of the Blue Nature Alliance.
Why should someone report a grievance?
If something about the Blue Nature Alliance Fair Seas project is bothering you, then report it. The Blue Nature Alliance aims to support projects that have a positive impact.
What is a grievance mechanism?
An Accountability and Grievance Mechanism is a way of collecting, recording, and resolving grievances. This mechanism is managed by Aoife O Mahony, Fair Seas Campaign Manager
What will happen when I report a grievance?
The grievance will be addressed through an open and transparent process so that together, you and the Blue Nature Alliance and Fair Seas may find a suitable solution to the problem. You will be treated with confidentiality and protected from retaliation.
Address: Fair Seas C/O Irish Environmental Network. MACRO Centre, 1 Green Street, Dublin 7, Ireland.
Telephone: 01 8780116
To report a grievance, you may speak with a staff member of Fair Seas Aoife O Mahony.
You may also email your grievance to Blue Nature Alliance.