The Future of Whistleblowing
On the 5th October Protect celebrated its 30th Anniversary with an inspiring and thought-provoking conference exploring The Future of Whistleblowing. More than 350 people joined us in person and online to hear from journalists, lawyers, academics, whistleblowers, business leaders and politicians. The day covered a breadth of subjects relating to whistleblowing including the impact of the #MeToo movement, the legal reform of whistleblowing protection, how to combat ‘SLAPPS’ as well as an exploration of whistleblowing legislation around the world. The day also saw the launch of Protect’s Environmental Whistleblowing Toolkit and a discussion on speaking up on climate change.
A huge thankyou to NatWest Group, Linklaters and Littleton Chambers for their support for this landmark event.
Environmental Whistleblowing Toolkit
Protect’s free Environmental Whistleblowing Toolkit is a practical and legal guide to raising environmental concerns. Drafted with help from trade unions, lawyers, Non-Governmental Organisations and journalists, it offers guidance on whistleblowing in the workplace to help you raise concerns safely and with maximum impact.
Whistleblowing law – the political perspective
Feedback from the day
“The “How far have we come” session was insightful and showcased that in many areas we have moved forward a long way. I think it helped show that my industry, Financial Services, is in a good place, however, like other sectors we must not be complacent.” – Mike Heath, Coventry Building Society.
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