Protect attend Impress conference on Public Interest News19th November 2019
Protect attended the recent annual Impress 2019 conference. The conference looked at the challenges facing the news industry and how the public consumes news, with information flying at them from countless directions and what information can be trusted. Our Business Support Executive Sukhbir Singh attended a panel debate, ‘Who Cares About Public Interest News?’ with […]Read More ->
A safe alternative to silence for employees16th October 2019
As the UK’s leading whistleblowing experts focussed on whistleblowing and the public interest we have a unique insight into both the organisational and the employee perspective of raising concerns. Our Advice Line – open Monday – Friday 9-6pm – is independent, confidential, and protected by legal privilege to ensure whistleblowers can speak freely about their […]Read More ->
Why it’s time to improve protections for whistleblowers14th October 2019
Once a ground-breaking law, the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 which protects whistleblowers in the UK, and which has served as a benchmark for whistleblowing law, is being overtaken by newer, better and broader legislation, in Ireland and Australia, and the new EU Whistleblowing Directive which will be in operation by 2021. Unless the UK […]Read More ->
RT @wikileaks: URGENT: Sweden Drops Investigation of Julian Assange.
Police probe death of a Mason Djemat, 3, at crisis-hit NHS hospital in Glasgow https://t.co/fmgCQWajhE