Now is the time for EU-wide whistleblower protection

« Most Member States do not have dedicated legislation in place, and even in the few countries where such laws do exist, they usually leave significant loopholes and fall short of good practice. As a result, European citizens remain largely unprotected in case they take the decision to speak up, facing the risk of retaliation, judicial proceedings and dismissal.

Le cas parmi d’autres d’Antoine Deltour et  LuxLeaks  désormais devant the European Court of Human Rights.

Le Parlement européen convaincu aussi de la nécessité d’un texte a publie le 10.10.2017 un Rapport « on legitimate measures to protect whistle-blowers acting in the public interestwhen disclosing the confidential information of companies and public bodies »getDoc