Whistleblowing for Our Future Innovations in Society’s Best Anti Corruption Tool


Today in record numbers, citizens are reporting misconduct, journalists are exposing corruption, whistleblowers are being protected from retaliation, and guilty parties are being prosecuted for their crimes.

Regular citizens are the fastest-growing source of information about crime, corruption and public health dangers. More company fraud is uncovered by whistleblowers and tipsters than every type of audit, internal control and security system – combined.

In this session, participants will engage in a solutions-driven discussion on harnessing whistleblowing to support their work. Participants will be guided in nurturing and incorporating whistleblowing strategies to improve their anti-corruption and rule of law initiatives.

The outcome will be a blueprint for how whistleblowing can be mainstreamed into the priorities and practices of public authorities, investigators, international law enforcement, practicing attorneys and civil society organizations. Participants will be given the opportunity to draft a Resolution in support of strengthening free-speech rights for crime and corruption witnesses.

Endorsed by every major international and regional organization – from the UN and European Union (EU), to the Organization of American States (OAS) to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) – whistleblower protection laws are now in place in more than 50 countries.

Speakers: Stephen Kohn, Siri Nelson, Mark Worth

Learn more – https://bit.ly/3yKCw9U



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