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New report examines whistleblower protection laws in place among G20 nations

Most of the whistleblower protection laws in the G20 nations do not meet international standards

When the G-20 summit gets underway in Australia this November, one of the issues that could be addressed by leaders of many of the world’s largest economies is greater protection for whistleblowers.

In anticipation of the summit, a recent study has found that most of the whistleblower protection laws in the G20 nations do not meet international standards. These laws are supposed to protect whistleblowers from retaliation.

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