Our corporate policies and standards are listed below.
Bullying and harassment
In a world-class research and innovation sector there is no place for bullying and harassment from any source.
We are committed to operating a responsive, transparent and fair complaints process. Use this procedure to complain about our standard of service or activities.
These collaboration agreements between UKRI and other organisations help ensure the UK will continue to have a world-leading role in research and development.
We are proud of the contribution our research and innovation makes in understanding global challenges and developing the solutions to address them.
Equality, diversity and inclusion
Promoting EDI is an integral part of our vision to deliver new knowledge and an enriched, healthier, more sustainable and resilient society and culture, and to contribute to a prosperous economy.
Freedom of information
We make information about our activities widely available through our website and publications unless there is a good reason not to do so.
Funding assurance programme
This programme provides assurance to UKRI’s accounting officer that public funds destined for research are properly safeguarded and used for the purposes intended.
GDPR and research
An overview for researchers on the General Data Protection Regulation and the personal data that is processed during your research.
Modern slavery and human trafficking
These are serious and often hidden crimes, which can be devastating for the victims. We are committed to preventing them in all our activities and within our supply chain.
Requesting personal information from us
We need to collect and process personal data about the people we interact with to carry out our business effectively. You can ask to access this information.
This document sets out UKRI’s approach to ensuring tax compliance.
Last updated: 11 January 2021