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Government reforms to address workplace sexual harassment ‘disappointing’ say Protect

19th December 2018

Following the  Women and Equalities Committee report into sexual harassment in the workplace – which found the government, regulators and employers all failing to tackle the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace – Protect asks is the government taking enough action? The government have pledged to bring in a Code of practice on sexual […]

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When the authorities fail, journalists prevail

18th December 2018

In June 1994, in small village in Northern Ireland, six Catholic men were shot dead at point blank range by loyalists, as they watched the World Cup in their local pub. The main shooter was accompanied by two others, and although within 24 hours the local residents had a strong indication of whom the murderers […]

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Whistleblowing in the sport sector by Sir Anthony Hooper, QC

21st November 2018

My view on whistleblowing is that it is a worldwide problem, and in a commissioned Protect report, ( ‘Report on the effectiveness of existing arrangements for workplace whistleblowing in the UK’) gives recommendations about how whistleblowers should be treated. Whistleblowing plays a vital role in the achievement of good governance in sport as in every […]

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Disappointing https://t.co/7Mi4TV8Qz4

04:16 PM Jan 17th

Pleasure to meet Larysa last night. Such bravery. https://t.co/8zoI0QRs2S

03:09 PM Jan 17th

@stevemiddi1 @AWhistleblowing @BankConfidenti1 It would have been very useful to have been involved in advance - but maybe next time!

02:23 PM Jan 17th

Shocking murder of an undercover journalist who investigated corruption in Ghana's football leagues. BBC News - A… https://t.co/aRpxxbYiRe

02:21 PM Jan 17th

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