A new country in our #whistleblowing reviews is the UAE: all thanks to its recent initiative on witness protection. When the largest economies choose to stand on the whistleblowers' side (sooner or later), it becomes a good sign of strengthening compliance standards.
A long history of Ukrainian anticorruption project is directly connected with the number of amendments to the law (and we sincerely hope that even more are on the way). Who are whistleblowers and why they should get a reward? We will discuss what unique Ukrainian law has and how it resembles the European Directive of 2019.
Even small countries make big steps towards ethical work environment — we've got Trinidad and Tobago on our list with 'whistleblower law'! Even though the law hasn't passed yet, we'll have a closer look at its perspectives.
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?
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?
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.
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?
France is well-known for many things mostly in cultural field (and spoiler: has some changes in the law). We've devoted particular attention to present changes leaving the history behind. It's time to know about Sapin!
We already know about good examples of whistleblower laws in the EU, but the world is larger, right? In the mess of news about Brazil we've tried to allocate the approach to ethics in South America (with some scandals included).
Talking about the most prominent laws on whistleblowing, we couldn't miss the British example. It's the very case when culture, politics and history unite in one approach — that's what we want to talk about in this longread (with some legal basis, as always).