Research Impact: ‘Whistling While They Work’

Griffith Business School
Published
Whistleblowing is when employees or other members of organisations speak up about wrongdoing within or by the organisation to people who can – or should – do something about it. The Whistling While They Work (WWTW) project, led by Professor A J Brown of the Centre for Governance and Public Policy at Griffith University, is […]

Griffith research shows trust in government slides

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
Published
Australians’ trust in government has continued to slide, driven by growing concerns about corruption at the federal level, according to a special Global Corruption Barometer survey conducted by Griffith University and Transparency International Australia. The results also show strong support for creation of a new federal anti-corruption body, with two-thirds (67%) supporting the idea, especially […]

World-first research highlights whistleblowing processes

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
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A world-first ranking of the strength of whistleblowing processes across Australia’s business and government sectors has been released. The results from 634 organisations across 18 industry groups and public sectors provide the first benchmarks for enabling organisations to assess strengths and weaknesses in their whistleblowing processes, as part of the Integrity@WERQ phase of the groundbreaking […]

Most G20 Whistleblower laws inadequate

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
Published
The whistleblower protection laws of most G20 countries would not adequately shield government and corporate employees who report corruption, fraud and other wrongdoing, a new report released today has found. Despite a public pledge in 2010 to pass adequate whistleblower protections within two years, most G20 countries have failed to do so, according to Whistleblower […]