Whistleblowing at work

Things are rarely as clear cut as they may appear. We’ve all been shocked by the scandals of celebrities, and people in power, abusing young people, and how poorly some of the most vulnerable members of society have been treated. We’ve all wondered how these things could have been allowed to happen for so long without anyone doing or saying anything.

Then there the stories of people who have blown the whistle and have suffered enormously as a result.

When writing the script for ‘Whistleblowing at work’ I couldn’t help but wonder if I’d have had the courage to report those crimes, and what I would have done if I had, and no one had listened.

Would you have known what to do? Would you have had the courage?

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