Whistleblowing charity Protect – which turns 25 this month – have paid tribute to whistleblowers who made a difference by speaking out about wrongdoing with an exhibition at The Guardian.
The Protect 25th exhibition, ‘Whistleblowers and their impact on Society’ featured photographs and stories from whistleblowers from all sectors.
Protect Chief Executive Francesca West said, “We all owe so much to whistleblowers and this collaborative exhibition featuring commissioned photographs from the Guardian highlights the hugely important role they play in society.”
The charity is reflecting on its work over the past 25 years and will be analysing the whistleblowing law, PIDA, (Public Interest Disclosure Act) and the recognised need for reform, as well as sharing sector specific research throughout the charity’s anniversary month.
Read the Guardian article promoting our exhibition, ‘I had a moral duty’: whistleblowers on why I spoke up
The Protect 25th exhibition, ‘Whistleblowers and their impact on Society’ at The Guardian, Kings Place, 90 York Way, King’s Cross, London, (in the foyer area,) took place between October 15-27.