The Newcastle University Business School,
the Newcastle University Forum for Human Rights and Social Justice
and the Irish Centre for Human Rights
is co-hosting the workshop - Whistleblowing, Human Rights and Social Justice.
15 March, 4:00pm (GMT)
Online, Zoom. Free Registration.
This event brings together a multidisciplinary panel of experts concerned with whistleblower protections from the fields of law and the social sciences.
The workshop is focused on a discussion of the overlapping issues related to whistleblowing, human rights and social justice. These issues are of crucial importance in the development of whistleblower protections, as well as being germane to the disclosures of whistleblowers who often reveal corruption that is of great significance for promoting both human rights and social justice.
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- Professor Robert Tibbo - Newcastle University, Lawyer for refugee rights and Mr Edward Snowden
- Professor Kate Kenny - National University Galway University
- Professor David Lewis - Head of the Whistleblowing Research Unit at Middlesex University and convenor of the International Whistleblowing Research Network