International

In a Time of War, Ukraine Still Protects Whistleblowers

In a Time of War, Ukraine Still Protects Whistleblowers By Sydney Johnson On January 23, delegates from Ukraine visited our office to discuss their nation’s whistleblower legislation and to hear our view. The delegation included a prosecutor, a judge, government officials responsible for whistleblower concerns, a representative of an anti-corruption NGO, and an investigative [...]

2024-02-20T14:10:57-05:00February 26th, 2024|Blog, International, Ukraine, Whistleblower Rights|

MENAFM: A Win For Canada’s Public Servant Whistleblowers

MENAFM: A Win For Canada's Public Servant Whistleblowers This article features Government Accountability Project Legal Director, Tom Devine, and was originally published here. President -History was made recently when the peoples representatives in the House of Commons voted unanimously to improve the whistleblower protection law. OTTAWA, ON, CANADA, February 8, 2024 /EINPresswire / -- [...]

2024-02-09T09:23:04-05:00February 9th, 2024|In The News, International, Transparency|

The Slovak Spectator: Whistleblowers’ ‘ambassador’: Without people’s support, whistleblowers can end up as martyrs

The Slovak Spectator: Whistleblowers’ ‘ambassador’: Without people’s support, whistleblowers can end up as martyrs This article features Government Accountability Project's Legal Director, Tom Devine, and was originally published here. Tom Devine, a US advocate for whistleblowers, has helped thousands of whistleblowers in his long career but the Slovak government’s current attempts to strip police [...]

2024-01-17T09:42:19-05:00January 17th, 2024|Activism, In The News, International|

Oligarchs and Common Criminals Alike Thrive via Dominica’s Citizenship-by-Investment

By Juliana Schifferes Island nation Dominica’s Citizenship-by-Investment program is a “golden passport” program that allows international businessmen, politicians and sometimes criminals to buy their way into citizenship for the minimum fee of 100,000 dollars. Who are these new emigres—and why do they need a new passport? As revealed by Government Accountability Investigator Zack Kopplin, [...]

2023-12-20T12:03:11-05:00December 20th, 2023|Blog, Corruption, International, Investigations|

Open Letter to UNCAC States Parties: A Call for Action at the 10th UNCAC Conference of States Parties to Enhance the Protection of People who Report Corruption (Whistleblowers)

We, the undersigned 106 civil society organizations and activists, representing a diverse range of voices from across the globe, address this crucial gathering of the 10th Session of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) Conference of the States Parties in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

2023-12-07T12:29:53-05:00December 7th, 2023|Corruption, International, Letter, United Nations|