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What is required for effective whistleblower protection? WhistleB’s Karin Henriksson is interviewed in Financierworldwide.com
When it comes to efficient whistleblower protection, how can regulatory and corporate actions move the world a step closer to effective protection from retaliation? This was the topic of a feature article on Financierworldwide.com today, for...read more
ISO 37002 Whistleblowing Management Systems: the New Global Standard on organisational whistleblowing
ISO 37002 is the guideline for whistleblowing management systems currently being developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The international standard is scheduled for completion by the end of 2021. The need for a Standard...read more
Whistleblower protection is an important requirement to reveal and prevent wrongdoing. Cambridge Analytica. Panama Papers. Luxleaks. Scandals caused by a lack of transparency show that whistleblowers can play an important role in uncovering activities that damage the...read more
News broke on Tuesday 15th January that one third of UN staff and contractors have experienced sexual harassment in the past two years. While this finding itself is saddening, we at WhistleB find another statistic equally disappointing. Just 17 per cent of those...read more
With whistleblowing making the headlines so much in 2018, we decided to start 2019 by sharing everything that we think is worth sharing when it comes to whistleblowing. Every day we discuss whistleblowing and matters such as compliance and codes of conduct with...read more
What is whistleblowing? Whistleblowing is the term used when a person passes on information concerning wrongdoing, such as corruption, sexual harassment... This can be referred to as “blowing the whistle”, “making a disclosure”, “making a whistleblowing...read more