Change to arrive at the (EU) whistleblowing landscapeL.M. Klapwijk LL.M., L.J.A. Schut LL.M en H.J. van de Water MSc1
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Almost two years ago, the European Whistleblower Directive (hereinafter: 'the Directive') came into force. The goal of this Directive is to improve Whistleblower protection across the EU, as the protection across EU member states was deemed fragmented and fear of retaliation was believed to be the main reason why few people reported breaches. The deadline to transpose the Directive to national law is set for December 2021, which is less than two months from now.
The expectation is that the impact of the Directive will be felt by legal entities in both the public and private sector as (in most instances) the Directive will lead to stricter national legislation and therefore stricter legal obligations. This can affect the manner in which organisations operate their current reporting channels, the way (and the speed) in which feedback is provided to the whistleblower and the level of attention for (the protection of) whistleblowers in general.
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