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Choosing to be charitable with knowledge – a call to action this Pro Bono Week

This Pro Bono Week Halima, a legal secondee from Baker McKenzie, shares her thoughts on the importance of pro bono work and that being charitable doesn’t always have to be financial, it can be the giving of time, expertise, or kindness. Protect is extremely grateful to all the organisations and individuals who dedicate their time, insight, skills and support for our charity.

Top five memorable moments from Protect’s 30th anniversary conference

Guest post from Georgia, trainee solicitor and legal adviser. As a very new member to the Protect team, the 30th anniversary conference on the 5th of October came at a perfect time, giving me a great introduction to the work of the charity and the opportunity to meet a whole host of journalists, lawyers, politicians ... Read more

Are you sure you want to post this? Whistleblowers online

The Challenges and Opportunities of Whistleblowing on Social Media Whistleblowing in the UK is typically split into three categories – disclosures made internally to your employer, externally to prescribed persons such as regulators, and externally to anyone else. The latter are known as “wider disclosures” and include raising concerns with non-prescribed regulators, going to the … Read more

Smells like Teen Whistleblowing

Generation Z is the first demographic cohort to have grown up with access to the internet. How will those of us born between 1995 and 2010 impact the future of whistleblowing? Will “woke snowflakes” raise the alarm at the drop of a beanie or has unrelenting exposure to global tragedy desensitised ‘Zoomers’? Whistleblowing is more … Read more