New podcast launched by the Whistleblowing International Network now available.
The first episode of new series from the Whistleblowing International Network (WIN) now available to listen online on all major podcast providers.
WIN is launching the Whistleblowing Now and Then
Podcast with the release of its first episode on the 6th
of August 2020.
Whistleblowing Now and Then
is cohosted by Anna Myers, Executive Director of WIN and Vigjilenca Abazi
, Assistant Professor of European Law at Maastricht University.
Join Whistleblowing Now and Then
to hear about the most important issues of the day for whistleblowing, featuring interviews with experts, whistleblowers and advocates from around the world.
“We have had more calls to the advice line in the last month than we have had during a similar time last year, I think these are really difficult and worrying times.”
– Elizabeth Gardiner
Episode 1: Elizabeth Gardiner, Chief Executive of Protect. Release Date: 06 August 2020
How has COVID-19 impacted whistleblowing? Anna Myers interviews Elizabeth Gardiner, the Chief Executive of UK charity Protect
who have been advising whistleblowers and working with employers to achieve speak up best practice for over 25 years.
In Episode two, Vigjilenca Abazi interviews Marcin Waszak, Political Scientist and Project Manager at the Stefan Batory Foundation
to discuss the impact of Covid19 on whistleblowing in Poland. Expected to be released mid-end of August 2020.
Whistleblowing Now and Then is produced by Christopher Atkinson, Communications Assistant, WIN. The theme music is by the Routes Quartet
and edited by Josh Brown
Follow online using #WBnowandthen. WIN welcome suggestions for future topics or guests – please write to firstname.lastname@example.org