Meeting the need for comprehensive educational programs is critical to achieving our mission. Our work aims to improve the practice of whistleblowing, the lives of whistleblowers and Canadians at large, integrity and accountability in Canadian organizations and to inform improved legislation and policy in public and private organizations. To expand our reach, our programs encompass webinars, conferences, policy briefs and advocacy efforts.
Our webinars are aimed at providing knowledge and information needed to promote and inform change and policy development around critical issues surrounding whistleblowing such as workplace culture, psychological safety, safe reporting mechanisms, legislation and the impacts of retaliation. Our presenters bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the forefront, offering valuable insights into the world of ethics, transparency and accountability.
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Our Policy Briefs are a key tool to present research and recommendations to a non-specialized audience. They serve as a vehicle for providing evidence-based policy advice to help readers make informed decisions around policy development and change.
Our May 2022 Conference, Whistleblowing: Policy, Practice and Research was the first Conference to be held in Canada on the topic of whistleblowing. This event brought together Canadian and international scholars, researchers, practitioners, whistleblowers and policymakers to present and discuss their work and lived-experience. Canadian literature on whistleblowing is sparse to non-existent threatening our ability to understand the issues and the impact on our institutions and country. An outcome of this conference is the beginnings of a Research Network to sponsor regular Conferences, fill the knowledge gap in Canada and provide evidence- based recommendations for improvement and reform.
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We regularly engage with governments and policy-makers to share our knowledge and recommend legislative and policy change as the need and opportunity arises.
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