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Whistleblowing refers to the act of revealing or exposing wrongdoing within a company or organization to the public or persons of authority.

This category features sites that discuss the subject or offer insights. Also lists resource links and the websites of support groups or organizations.
  • Blowing-the-Whistle

    Site serving as a consulting resource for prospective whistleblowers or those contemplating on blowing the whistle.

  • National Security Whistleblowers Coalition

    Nonpartisan, independent alliance of whistleblowers focusing on issues or concerns of security vulnerabilities in intelligence agencies.

  • National Whistleblowers Center (NWC)

    Advocacy organization with a long history of protecting the rights of individuals who expose wrongdoings in the workplace or in other settings.

  • US Office of Special Counsel

    Independent federal investigative and prosecutorial agency. Protects federal employees and applicants from prohibited personnel practices, especially reprisal for whistleblowing.

  • Whistleblower.co.uk

    Site created to enable the confidential sharing or selling of stories to the media.

  • Whistleblower.org

    Site of the Government Accountability Project, an initiative dedicated to protecting corporate, government, and international whistleblowers. Presents press releases, multimedia, and program area details.

  • WhistleblowerLaws

    Provides a resource for whistleblower protection information to help people figure out if they have a valid claim.

  • Whistleblowers' Documents Exposed

    Self-funded community-based initiative dedicated to fighting corruption.

  • Whistleblowing Australia

    Find information on company protection, whistleblowing protection, solutions, resources, reporting and checklist.

  • Worldwide Whistleblowers

    British Columbia, Canada based organization established to support and provide a forum for individuals or groups who justifiably express dissent or expose corruption and wrongdoings in organizations, institutions, or governments.

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