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WIN Conference: Sharing lessons, celebrating good practice

17th September 2019

The Whistleblowing International Network  (WIN) brought together experts from across the world to share best practice at its first annual conference in Glasgow this September.  Delegates, including Protect, heard some amazing case studies of how civil society groups can support whistleblowers and address very serious concerns.   The Government Accountancy Project (GAP) in the US supported doctors raising […]

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Advice Line Training by Protect trainee advisers Burcak and Rhiannon

29th August 2019

As recent law graduates kick-starting our legal careers at Protect , the first few weeks has certainly been an eye-opening experience – we have learnt a lot in our first month on the job! Although we had of course heard of whistleblowing, largely through shocking media news stories, within days of training on the Protect […]

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Are you listening?

24th July 2019

By Rick Borges Head of Assessment, Banking Standards Board I recently attended a leadership training course where one of the exercises was about listening. I had to listen to a colleague talking about an issue for 20 minutes with no interruption, maintain eye contact the whole time, demonstrate engagement through my body language and absorb […]

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Whistleblowing: new regulations, new contexts, same old?

24th June 2019

How can we better support whistleblowers and protect them from victimisation? Will new regulations change what we can hope for?  These were the themes of the CREW ( Centre for Research on Employment and Work) seminar: ‘Whistleblowing: new regulations, new contexts, same old?’ held at the University of Greenwich. However good the law or company […]

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Stronger whistleblowing culture can help repair third sector public trust and confidence

13th June 2019

This week the Charity Commission published its report into the Oxfam scandal and severely criticised Oxfam for the way it dealt with claims of serious sexual misconduct by its staff in Haiti. The commission said there was a “culture of poor behaviour” at the charity, and issued it with an official warning over its “mismanagement”. […]

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Protect partnership with Charity Commission goes live

5th June 2019

Whistleblowing isn’t easy. We know that. Protect has been advising whistleblowers how to safely raise concerns for the past 25 years through our confidential advice line. In that time, our trained advisers have handled more than 40,000 whistleblowing cases. Calls to our advice line from people wanting advice on how to raise a concern from […]

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Voices of Justice International Conference

30th May 2019

Protect attended the Voices of Justice International Conference on Corporate Crime Reporting and Whistleblower’s Protection, organised by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity at Coventry University in partnership with Constantine Cannon, WhistleblowersUK and MLROs.com The conference, held to explore the close relationship between corporate crime reporting and whistleblowing within the public and private sector, […]

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South Korea TV Channel EBS visit to Protect

8th May 2019

Protect’s Head of Advocacy and Advice, Bob Matheson was interviewed by South Korean TV channel, EBS (Educational Broadcasting System) for their weekly programme ‘Documentary insight’ to discuss how Protect supports whistleblowers, our work with organisations, the whistleblowing legislation in the UK, and the new EU legislation which will be introduced by 2021. Whistleblowing cases in […]

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When leaking becomes whistleblowing and why the law makes no distinction

30th April 2019

Is the revelation about Government splits over the role Huawei should play in the rollout of 5G technology within the secretive National Security Council (NSC), an act of reckless leaking, or brave whistleblowing? For many inside and outside of Government, this was a dangerous and corrosive leak. This was the first time the press has […]

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Protect says the NDA Government consultation doesn’t go far enough

The Government has brought forward proposals to tackle NDA (non-disclosure agreements) in harassment and discrimination cases following the #MeToo movement. Our view is these proposals will make just a small dent in improving common practices in concluding settlement agreements. The proposals address only a small part of the wider problem of sexual harassment in the […]

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If you missed our Silence in The City 2 webinar examining whistleblowing in the finance sector, you can watch the d… https://t.co/k8q8hEJXCv

04:58 PM Jul 3rd

Great blog in @charteredbanker by our Adviser Rhiannon Plimmer-Craig on bullying,harassment & whistleblowing.… https://t.co/JJukuRAqi0

03:56 PM Jul 2nd

Adviser Rhiannon Plimmer-Craig's blog on whistleblowing, bullying, & harassment states 'training of top-down manage… https://t.co/JEWS41DB9Q

03:53 PM Jul 2nd

New UK Govt report: £billions lost to #Fraud: - most cases are identified by #whistleblowers - more must be done to… https://t.co/2b8hsCXKUY

10:20 AM Jul 2nd

As the UK's whistleblowing charity we are supporting record numbers of whistleblowers (up 74% in June) like… https://t.co/vkDXw5I8hc

08:23 AM Jul 2nd