The recently formed All-Party Parliamentary Group on Whistleblowing (APPG on Whistleblowing), a group of peers and MPs who through research and debate are campaigning for better protection for whistleblowers.
The APPG on Whistleblowing, initiated by WBUK, have launched a survey to collect the experiences of whistleblowers from as many different sectors and industries as possible. These views will be collated by the APPG and will form the basis for both future research and proposed reforms of whistleblowing protection.
Georgina Halford-Hall CEO of WhistleblowersUK said, “I have faith in the APPG which is formed of people who like me have experienced the frustration faced by whistleblowers and know that current provision is not working. However, it takes more than a group of politicians to make change happen and it’s in everyone’s interest to contribute to this discussion, the survey takes only a few minutes, is easy to access and is an important and integral part of influencing change. Do it today and change things for tomorrow.”
Andrew Pepper-Parsons Head of Policy for Protect said, “We welcome the survey as a great way for whistleblowers to pass on their experience of raising concerns directly to legislators and then to the Government for real change to occur. We look forward to seeing the results of the survey and being part of the debate on the future of whistleblowing protection.”
For anyone interested in taking part in the survey you can find it here.