March 15th, 2017
Transparency International, the global anti-corruption movement, condemns the guilty verdict and sentencing of Antoine Deltour and Raphaël Halet, the two whistleblowers who revealed secret tax rulings between the Luxembourg authorities and multinationals, known as “LuxLeaks”.
May 15th, 2014
Britain’s credibility as a global leader in the fight to end corruption is under real threat. Its fate lies in the hands of the Governor of a sunny, palm-fringed Caribbean island who was appointed by the UK itself.
Last year, as chair of the G8, the UK committed to creating public registries of the real owners of companies
. This was a hugely important move by the UK and one we support wholeheartedly. With global support, such a measure could put a stop to some of the worst problems of our time;...
July 17th, 2013
This week Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who leaked information about the National Security Agency’s data collection program, may be allowed to leave his temporary station at the Moscow International Airport, where he has been staying since he fled Hong Kong in June. Snowden’s leak has brought the concept of whistleblowing into sharp focus in our headlines lately, including the controversies over the relative benefits and costs of these individuals and programs that support them. As in the case of Snowden, the concept of whistleblowing can be controversial, and it is always painful for the entity or government who is...
August 10th, 2009
Financial Times: The number of businesses launching internal corruption investigations has surged after a drive to encourage staff “whistleblowers”, new research shows.