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English cricket’s race issue sparks again

English cricket’s race issue sparks again

Another Parliamentary hearing, another plan and another apology. Just another day in English's cricket ongoing struggle to come to terms with the racism within it. Coinciding with the appearance of four county cricket chairs in front of a select committee on Tuesday...

General whistleblower protection framework – Portugal

General whistleblower protection framework – Portugal

Law 93/2021 establishing the general whistleblower protection framework (“RPDI”) and transposing Directive (EU) 2019/1937, of 23 October 2019, on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law (“Directive”), was published December 20, 2021. The RPDI...

New laws in effect from 1 January 2020

New laws in effect from 1 January 2020

What are the key requirements of the new laws? Whistleblowers have a right to make anonymous disclosures, and to have their identity protected. Disclosure of a whistleblower’s identity without consent could result in a fine of up to $1,050,000 for an individual and...

St Kevin’s denied its victims dignity and compassion

St Kevin’s denied its victims dignity and compassion

So why wasn't there a Whistle Blowing Service in place that allow them to report?  January 1, 2020 was the deadline given to all schools to comply.  So why are many schools still not compliant?  The most recent principal appointed at the troubled St Kevin’s College in...

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