Protecting Australia’s Whistleblowers: The Federal Roadmap

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Brown, AJ
Pender, Kieran
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2022
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Whistleblowers are a vital part of Australian democracy, playing a crucial role in the integrity and accountability of public and private institutions each and every day. Australian research confirms it is people within organisations – the officials and employees - who really know what goes on and remain the single most important way in which wrongdoing is brought to light. At key times, Australia has led the world in legislating whistleblower protections, with impressive support from all political parties. From the early 1990s, Australian states began enacting comprehensive whistleblowing laws for the public sector – second only to the United States.

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Brown, AJ; Pender, K, Protecting Australia’s Whistleblowers: The Federal Roadmap, 2022

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