COALITION EXCLUSIVE: New Report Details Progress and Challenges in Whistleblower Rights

Whistleblower rights continue to improve Southeast Europe, with Albania, Macedonia and Montenegro activating new laws since mid-2015. Seven of 10 countries now have some form of legal protections in place, a new Coalition report finds.

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Moldovan Whistleblowers on Their Own: “The state will not protect me if I’m in danger”

For as long as 20 years, women at a psychiatric home in the northern Moldovan city of Balti suffered rape and other abuses at the hands of staff.

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COALITION EXCLUSIVE: Top EU ‘Judge’ Lacked Credentials to Serve on Kosovo’s Bench

A little-known British lawyer rose to become one of Kosovo’s most powerful judges despite lacking the credentials to serve as an international judge.

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Justice Delayed – Justice Denied?

Serbia’s First Whistleblower ‘Success’ is Tempered by Weak Faith in a Convoluted System

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Speaking Out, Pushing Back

Whistleblowers throughout Southeast Europe, once alone in their struggle for justice, now have a unified voice speaking on their behalf, and a unified team of campaigners fighting to uphold their rights.

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Official at Center of Tuzla Kvarc Case Sent to Prison

Another major step has been taken in the march toward justice in the Tuzla Kvarc whistleblower retaliation case.

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On a Mission: A message from Coalition founding member Ana Novaković

Ana Novaković, Executive Director of the Center for Development of Non-Governmental Organizations in Montenegro, introduces the Southeast Europe Coalition on Whistleblower Protection.

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The Whistleblower’s Best Friend: An Inside View of Bosnia’s Revolutionary Whistleblower Protection System

Bosnia and Herzegovina made history in 2014, becoming the first country in the world to develop a whistleblower protection system designed to protect whistleblowers before workplace retaliation gets out of control, and without the need to go to court to exercise their rights.

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The Price of Justice: Bosnian Whistleblowers Fight Back Against Retaliation

This is a story of corruption, whistleblowing, retaliation and broken lives. It is not an easy story to stomach. But it is an essential story. It highlights, all too graphically, what we in the whistleblower protection movement are fighting for – and why.

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Whistleblowers Redeemed: New Laws Helping Victimized Employees

Two Southeast European countries are becoming showcases for how laws, institutions and NGOs – if given the chance – can protect whistleblowers effectively.

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