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State surveillance a danger to ‘whistleblowers, journalism and democracy’ warns PCAW

24th February 2017

WHISTLEBLOWERS and journalists are likely to be damaged by ‘state surveillance laws’ created to keep a lid on Government official secrets - and a whol... Read More

European Parliament demands protection for whistleblowers uncovering fraud in the EU budget

21st February 2017

The European Parliament has sent a strong signal to the European Commission that it needs to act swiftly and decisively to protect whistleblowers across ... Read More

New Legal Head of Services

21st February 2017

Public Concern at Work has appointed employment lawyer Roger Easy as its new Head of Legal Services. Chief Executive Cathy James said; “We are de... Read More

Espionage Act which could see whistleblowes and journalists jailed condemned as 'backwards and unbalanced'

14th February 2017

Public Concern at Work is joining forces with other civil society groups to campaign against plans to replace the Official Secrets Act with a ... Read More

PCaW Speaks Out on Trojan Horse Case to Protect Future Whistleblowing Teachers

10th January 2017

Public Concern at Work (PCaW) is urging the Department for Education to keep the identity of whistleblowers in the ‘Trojan Horse’ scandal confidential - for ... Read More

Whistleblowing in Health & Social Care in Northern Ireland

22nd November 2016

The Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority – the independent body responsible for regulating and inspecting quality and availability of health and social care (HSC) services in... Read More