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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Double-Dippers: Macedonian Officials Asked Companies to Pay for Renovations

Thanks to whistleblowers within Macedonia’s farming industry, investigative journalists learned that the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management demanded local companies pay to renovate one of its buildings – even though the state had already funded the work.

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