Our policy papers suggest how public policy can utilise whistleblowing to ensure good governance and accountability. Below the policy papers are grouped by topic headings.
- Professions - lawyers, accountants, police
- Corruption and Fraud
- Health and Safety
- Civil Service
- Human Rights, Freedom of Information and Data Protection
- National Health Service (NHS) and Care
- Public Interest Disclosure Act - Scope of the Act and the Register of Claims
Corruption and Fraud
Bribery Act 2010Published Nov 2010
Submission to the Ministry of Justice consultation on guidance about commercial organisations preventing bribery (section 9 of the Bribery Act).
Corruption BillPublished May 2003
Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on the Draft Corruption Bill
Whistleblowing, Fraud and the European UnionPublished Dec 1996
An analysis on the law and practice of tackling fraud in Europe. Commisioned by (DGXX) (Financial Control) of the European Commission. Reviews the approach to fraud detection and prevention including whistleblowing in the EU countries.
Whistleblowing to combat corruptionPublished Dec 1999
Final report of the meeting of management and trade union experts held under the OECD Labour/Management programme and discussion paper prepared by Guy Dehn, Director of PCaW.
Article 33 of the UN Convention Against CorruptionPublished Oct 2006
The UN Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) includes a provision on whistleblowing. This note explains how countries around the world can sensibly comply with this provision.