The second annual Whistleblowing Symposium in Brisbane this year will unwrap the Final Report from Australia’s world-leading ‘Whistling While They Work 2’ research project, led by Professor AJ Brown of Griffith University.
Supported by research partner the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, you will hear what the regulator’s expectations are under the Corporations Act rules at this symposium.
With new Whistleblowing legislation in Australia finally in place, it is now time for the practical application of sound policies that comply with that legislation.
International best practice and standards will help us understand how Australia fares in relation to the US & EU when it comes to Whistleblowing protections. We discuss public interest disclosure and why protections in Australia have never been more important.
Professor A.J Brown
Centre for Governance & Public Policy, Griffith University, Director, Transparency International & Member, Commonwealth Ministerial Expert Advisory Panel on Whistleblowing
Executive Director, Speaking Up, Standard Chartered Bank Singapore
Victorian Regional Commissioner and Executive Director, Assessment and Intelligence, Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)
Professor Peter Greste
UNESCO Chair in Journalism and Communications, The University of Queensland
Dr Kath Hall
Associate Professor, The Australian National University
Senior Consultant, McGrath Nicol
Head of Group Investigations, ANZ
Executive Manager, Policy & Advocacy, Governance Institute of Australia
Regional Bureau Chief, Asia-Pacific - Financial Crime and Risk, Thomson Reuters
Partner, CPR Partners
Director, Governance, Regulation & Conduct, Deloitte
Executive Director, Commercial Construction Unit, ACCC
Co-Founder & CEO, Whispli