Pushing the limits of whistleblowing laws

By Richard Mulgan
Updated April 24 2018 - 9:34pm, first published September 28 2017 - 2:41pm

Whistleblower Protections, the recent report from the parliamentary joint committee on corporations and financial services, is a comprehensive and important document. It draws extensively on the published work of others, notably the research conducted over many years by Professor A. J. Brown of Griffith University and his colleagues. It also quotes liberally from submissions made to the inquiry by interested parties and experts. Having canvassed the opinions of others, the committee then argues carefully and sensibly for its own recommendations on a range of topics related to the present state of legal protection for whistleblowers.

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