May 20 – Whistleblower Reform: Form Theory to Practice

The Flinders Law School’s Centre for Crime Policy and Research is hosting the following forum:

Whistleblower Reform: Form Theory to Practice

Tuesday 20 May, 2014 – 5-7pm

Flinders University City Campus, Victoria Square, Adelaide

Registrations NOW OPEN!

  • $100 – Standard Registration
  • $125 – Legal Professional Registration (2 CPD Points – Ethics)
  • $50 – Student, Flinders Alumni, Concession Card Registration

Panel of Speakers:

  • Professor AJ Brown – Professor of Public Policy and Law and Program Leader, Public Integrity & Anti-corruption in the Centre for Governance and Public Policy, Griffith University
  • Professor Andrew Goldsmith – Director of the Centre for Crime Policy & Research, Flinders Law School
  • Michelle Sutcliffe – Senior Legal Officer, Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), SA

 Focus of the forum:

Public sector integrity, effective whistleblowing policies, policy reform, ICAC in South Australia

Who should attend?

Individuals working in the public sector, legal professionals, students and employers with an interest in protecting whistleblowers, reporting and subsequent procedures.

Download the flyer HERE with more details

The views presented by speakers at this forum are their own and are not necessarily those of either the Don Dunstan Foundation or our funding partners the Government of South Australia, the University of Adelaide or Flinders University, they are presented in the interest of open debate and discussion in the community.

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