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The Trade Secrets Protection Directive is Still Dangerous for Freedoms and Rights

21st November 2016

Public Concern at Work signed a joint letter to heads of EU Member States' Governments calling for them to put pressure on the European ... Read More

Trade Secrets Directive: Corporate secrecy amid calls for transparency

21st November 2016

George Orwell once wrote; ‘In times of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.’ In the past week these words certainly rang true... Read More

Whistleblowing: Time for Change

21st November 2016

Over the past five years the landscape for whistleblowers has changed immensely. In our review Whistleblowing: Time for Change,we look back on some ... Read More

WIN calls on PwC to withdraw its complaint against Luxleaks whistleblower

21st November 2016

Members of the Whistleblowing International Network, a global coalition of whistleblowing NGOs, call on PricewaterhouseCoopers to withdraw its complaint against Antoine Deltour, the whistleblower ... Read More

Whistleblowing in Serbia – PCaW attends Pištaljka Conference

17th November 2016

‘’It was a great honour to be invited to contribute to whistleblowing group Pištaljka’s first conference on whistleblowing in Belgrade in late October... Read More

Time for the UN and other legislators to deliver on whistleblower protection

31st October 2016

Photo credit: Kids.Britannica.com The fate of the whistleblower who exposed sexual abuse by peacekeeping troops in the Central African Republic shows the ... Read More