Events

Our Events page highlights the range of activities related to whistleblowing law and practice taking place all over the world.

We are particularly excited to showcase the work and contributions of WIN Members and Associates in these activities.
International Festival of Whistleblowing, Dissent and Accountability
May 08, 2021

International Festival of Whistleblowing, Dissent and Accountability

Join International Festival of Whistleblowing, Dissent and Accountability  where artists, lawyers, journalists and whistleblowers reflect on how we find out about  injustices, what price was paid for the truth and by whom and what can be done to facilitate justice.  The festival will take form through, art...

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Risks Faced by Whistleblowers & How to Counter Them
May 07, 2021

Risks Faced by Whistleblowers & How to Counter Them

Join Thought Leaders 4 Fire for their webinar Risks Faced by Whistleblowers & How to Counter Them.    In 2012, whistleblower Jonathan Taylor provided evidence about bribes being offered in return for lucrative contracts at Dutch oil firm SBM Offshore. He has been stuck in Croatia since July 2020. His...

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Whistleblowing: Putting Health First
May 02, 2021

Whistleblowing: Putting Health First

Canadian Association of Physicians for the Enviorment  (CAPE-BC)  & Canadian Federation of Medical Students (CFMS) are hosting a 3 part series on Enviormental justice and health, covering topics including environmental racism, whistleblowing and Indigenous rights.When: 2 May 2021, 7:00pm ET / 11:00pm GMT Where...

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Let's Fix UK Whistleblowing Law
April 29, 2021

Let's Fix UK Whistleblowing Law

Protect is  launching  their campaign 'Help Fix UK Whistleblowing Law' with a panel debate on the importance of whistleblowing from Wuhan to Westminster with MPs and NHS whistleblower Dr Chris Day.When: 29 April 2021, 9:30-10:30am GMTWhere: Zoom, Passcode 790 The UK's whistleblowing law, the Public...

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Does Confidentiality Work Against Justice?
April 28, 2021

Does Confidentiality Work Against Justice?

Centre for Free Expression Virtual Forum Series:Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) are increasingly common and increasingly controversial. Seen as necessary to end difficult disputes, NDAs prevent the public from having access to important information and can perpetuate injustice. Should they be made illegal or will that cause more...

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