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

Effective speak-up arrangements for whistle-blowers report launched

16th November 2016

Leading voice in establishing whistle-blower protection in the UK, Dr Wim Vandekerckhove , who is Principal Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at the University of Greenwich, ... Read More

More whistleblowing protection for those working with children and young people

16th November 2016

PCaW welcomes the House of Lords debate (November 8) on the Children and Social Workers Bill which gives those working with children and young people ... Read More

Protection of journalists’ sources should be 'statutory right’

16th November 2016

Press Gazette contacted PCaW as the UK’s leading experts on whistleblowing to comment on an Operation Elveden story which gave us the opportunity to... Read More

PCaW launches new Best Practice Guide based on insight from First 100 signatories

16th November 2015

Public Concern at Work (PCaW) is pleased to announce the launch of our new best practice guidance and report based on the insight and ... Read More