A new day for Whistleblowing in Australia with the legislation finally through. It is now time for practical application of sound policies that comply with that legislation.
The second annual Whistleblowing Conference in Brisbane this year will unwrap the Final Report from Australia’s world-leading ‘Whistling While They Work 2’ research project, led by Griffith University highlighting the most important things your whistleblowing policies should be focused on. The conference is supported by its partner organisations which include the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.
At this conference you will learn from our international experts involved in development of a new global ISO Management Systems Standard on whistleblowing whilst also learning from the regulators responsible for what your organisation’s procedures need to contain, under the Corporations Act rules.
Learn the results of world-leading research on what works in whistleblower protection and support, and hear from regulators, legal and compliance professionals on what your organisation’s new whistleblowing policies will need to contain.
We will explore what is best practice and why effective management of whistleblowing is crucial to your organisation. The conference will provide an opportunity for education to assist you in setting your policies right.
Professor A.J Brown
Centre for Governance & Public Policy, Griffith University, Director, Transparency International & Member, Commonwealth Ministerial Expert Advisory Panel on Whistleblowing
Head of Group Investigations, ANZ
Partner, CPR Partners
Dr Kath Hall
Associate Professor, The Australian National University
Dr Eva Tsahuridu
Associate Professor, RMIT University
Regional Bureau Chief, Asia-Pacific - Financial Crime and Risk, Thomson Reuters