Does corruption have a gender*?

Corruption is more damaging for women than for men — why is it so? And who is more likely to give or accept a bribe? There is an evident difference in perception of corruption depending on gender - the big question is how to change it and what's wrong about it.
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Whistleblowing can be lifesaving

Whistleblowing is about doing your job well. Or someone else's job? You'll have a chance to get to know people who did both and changed the game.
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Anonymity — what do we know about it?

It takes hours, months and years to learn the history of anonymity and how it works in the world of web. Staying anonymous is also a complicated task for a newbie. Nevertheless, nothing stops us from trying — let's immerse into the diverse world of the guards of anonymity and its adversaries.
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EU Directive — The most comprehensive protection for whistleblowers?

There are always two kinds of people: those who don't pay taxes and those who keep silent about it. New EU Directive is aimed to fix both issues and has announced stringent measures according to it. We prepared a long-awaited important long read about benefits — will you notice some pitfalls?
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We'll keep quiet — we'll keep safe| Asia

We are expanding the geography of our research on ethics — now the Asian part of the world should show what it has on whistleblowing. What did we find and what does it have to do with trends, freedom and corruption?
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Blow the whistle and get a… reward?| Ukraine

We absolutely can't miss this news: Ukrainian parliament adopted an amendment to the law "On Preventing Corruption". What whistleblowers are promised now?
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Speed it up — Polish whistleblower's law

Some changes take a lot of time to come into force — that's exactly the case of Poland. Does external pressure (like the EU legislation) help to accelerate them?
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Where is anonymity encouraged? Germany it is

Germany is a unique example of functioning laws: even without an ad hoc law on whistleblowing, it stays among countries with extensive political rights. What was done and how it works in 2019?
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Whistleblowing — a new story for Bosnia and Herzegovina

The more the better — we support this approach talking about whistleblower initiatives. Now we have one more country in our list, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It's a small guide on policy, politics and protection.
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Serbia: Meeting and adapting to the new law

We've discussed so many law varieties already — and even more are coming. Today we will talk about Serbia in attempt to answer the question: is the law enough to ensure whistleblower's safety, or is it at first sight only?
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