Professor A.J. Brown says the case for law reform to properly protect public-interest whistleblowers has never been so stark.
Less than 1% of whistleblowers end up going to the media, and only after trying internal or regulatory channels first according to a new report released today.
Australia can become a world leader in protecting whistleblowers if reforms recommended by a parliamentary inquiry are made law, according to a Griffith University expert.
A call to establish a national anti-corruption commission with wide-ranging powers, is one of the key outcomes generated from the National Integrity Conference held in Brisbane this week. The conference, co-hosted by Transparency International Australia and Griffith University’s School of Government and International Relations, heard from an array of guest speakers, including High Court Justice Stephen Gageler, NAB whistleblower Dennis […]
With Queensland's new political donation disclosure system now online, a new international survey shows strong Australian support for banning businesses from making political donations.
Australia’s largest whistleblowing research project has given evidence to the first hearings of the Joint Parliamentary Committee inquiry into whistleblower protections in the corporate, public and not-for-profit sectors.
All of Australia’s 31,000 public unlisted and large proprietary companies to be formally approached.