Safe Passage for Whistleblowers, presented by Wendy Addison, Speakout Speakup

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Presentation by Wendy Addison at the OECD Whistleblower Protection Seminar on 17th June 2014. More information available at www.oecd.org/gov/ethics/whistleblower-protection-seminar-june-2014.htm

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Safe Passage for Whistleblowers, presented by Wendy Addison, Speakout Speakup

  1. 1. Presented by Wendy Addison 17th June 2014 Safe Passage for Whistleblowers
  2. 2. • My Story - Why it Matters • Getting Clear on the Law • Partnering – a Three-pronged approach Agenda
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  4. 4. 4 It took what was left of my courage not to commit suicide. It is hard enough to be hated by one person but being loathed by society is almost untenable I felt as if the world had broken its promise, revealing that doing the right thing could cause devastation, chaos and cruelty. In the words of Judith Herman, I felt ‘utterly abandoned, utterly alone, cast out of the human and divine systems of care and protection that sustain life.’
  5. 5. FT - William D Cohan on Wall Street whistleblowers May 30, 2014
  6. 6. A Clear Narrative provides Mutual Knowledge
  7. 7. Clear Enough? Source: learmond criqui sokel llp March 14
  8. 8. Getting the Balance Right With permission from TED
  9. 9. 9 Policy & Legislation Process Behaviour System Situation SELF
  10. 10. 10 Reviewing the Victimisation of Whistleblowers With permission from TED
  11. 11. Important Copyright Notice is a is a UK Registered Trade Mark of Wendy Addison. Any use of other copyrighted material in this presentation is under the provisions of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (CPDA) 1988, whereby the use of a minimum sample of copyrighted material is permitted if it is for the purposes of reference, criticism and review. 11

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