All of our members have committed to the highest standards of ethics, right behavior and professional competence as commonly recognised by their peers. In joining ASI, members agreed to encourage feedback from their students. A complaint or allegation submitted to ASI about a member is a form of feedback, and all feedback is to be taken seriously by our members. Where possible, we encourage students to first find out if the teacher or leader has a formal feedback procedure in place, and, if possible and appropriate, speak about the arising issue directly with the person involved.
We appreciate that approaching the teacher or leader directly is not always appropriate, which is why ASI offers the opportunity to file a complaint. We are not a regulating authority, nor do we desire to judge, confront, shame or punish anyone. Our intention is listen, understand, and create means of making amends and fostering harmonious resolution, evolution and growth for all parties involved.
Our guiding principles are found in the ASI Individual Honor Code of Ethics and Good Practice. We review complaints in this context, so we ask that you please refer to the honor code and identify which of its points relate to the matter you wish to discuss.
Every complaint can be a powerful tool for growth and development. We ask that all parties use this process with honesty, dignity and compassion.
Please complete this form as honestly and with as much relevant information as you can. Thank you.