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Cambridge's Ethics

Cambridge's ethics

We are committed to carrying out our business lawfully, ethically and with integrity, no matter where in the world we operate.

As part of this commitment, we have a Code of Ethics and an Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy which ensure that our staff, or any third party acting on our behalf, do not act corruptly or unethically in our dealings with any other company, person or customer. We also have released a Modern Slavery Statement. 

These documents set out how acts of bribery and corruption, as well as modern forms of slavery, are prevented from taking place in the Press’s business operations. The Code of Ethics provides guidance on the standards of behaviour to which all of our staff must adhere and which reflect the common sense and good business practices that we all work to in any event. Third Parties are provided with a comparable Third Party Code of Conduct which provides similar guidance. The Code of Ethics and related documents have been designed to comply with UK civil and criminal legislation, but also are drafted to comply with laws globally, as over 90 per cent of the Press’s business takes place outside of the UK. 

Tthe Press also operates a whistleblowing hotline for people to rasie any concerns they might have. This is managed by Expolink and it is an anonymous, free to call and completely confidential service for reporting concerns about unethical behaviour at the Press.

To find out more about how we operate on an ethical basis, please view the Code of Ethics, the full Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy and the Modern Slavery Statement.

Raising concerns

If you have any concerns you want to raise, you can get in touch either anonymously through the Press's Whistleblowing hotline, or you can contact the Press Board.

Whistleblowing hotline

If you want to raise any concerns, Cambridge University Press operates a whistleblowing hotline through Expolink, via the website, via email or you can view a list of international freephone telephone numbers.

Contact the Press Board

The Press Board is responsible for the Press’s Code of Ethics, and for ensuring that it is maintained. If you wish to raise a question or concern relating to any aspect of the Code, you are welcome to contact them via the form below:

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