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.
The government’s amendments to overhaul protections for corporate employees could not come at a better time, writes Professor A J Brown.
Results were revealed today at a Griffith University symposium in Sydney.
A Griffith University expert has been elected to the board of directors for the peak global organisation working against corruption.
A world-first ranking of the strength of whistleblowing processes across Australia’s business and government sectors has been released. The results from 634 organisations across 18 industry groups and public sectors provide the first benchmarks for enabling organisations to assess strengths and weaknesses in their whistleblowing processes, as part of the [email protected] phase of the groundbreaking […]
In 2005, Bundaberg Base Hospital (BBH) made world news after Surgeon Jayant Patel was arrested over the deaths of patients on whom he operated as Director of Surgery at the Hospital. Patel was alleged to have caused at least 18 deaths through negligence. While medical staff making mistakes is not a new phenomena this was […]