About the Project
The project focuses on the role of culture in whistleblower protection in general and encouragement in particular, as there is no ’one size fits all’ solution and each country follow a different trajectory. Each country has distinct socio-economic conditions and traditions and it is important that the governments use the right tools depending on their own circumstances. This is why it is essential to take into consideration the cultural element and consider the need for custom-made solutions, where necessary, as legal transplantation can guarantee neither uniform results nor compliance.
Overall, whistleblower protection is of paramount importance in our society and governments and authorities should work hard to develop tools to motivate and encourage whistleblowers. These tools will complement the regulatory framework adopted to protect whistleblowers against retaliation and mistreatment, because strong protection without encouragement is not complete and vice versa.
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