Three whistleblower protection models: SC3-165/2001E-PDF
a comparative analysis of whistleblower legistlation in Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom /
|Department/Agency||Public Service Commission of Canada. Research Directorate.|
|Title||Three whistleblower protection models|
|Subtitle||a comparative analysis of whistleblower legistlation in Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Trois régimes de protection des dénonciateurs : analyse comparative des lois relatives à la dénonciation en Australie, aux États Unis et au Royaume-Uni. "October 2001." "Whistleblowing - a. Bringing an activity to a sharp conclusion as if by the blast of a whistle (OED). b. Raising concerns about misconduct within an organization or within an independent structure associated with it (Nolan Committee). c. Giving information (usually to the authorities)a bout illegal and underhand practices (Chambers). d. Exposing to the press a malpractice or cover-up in a business or a government office (US, Brewers). e. (origins) Police onstable summoning public help to apprehend a criminal; referee stopping play after a foul in football"--Cover.|
|Number of Pages||21 p.|
|Subject Terms||Whistleblower protection, International law|
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