Am Dienstag, den 11.9.2007 findet vom 12:15 bis 13:45 an der Universität Basel (Faculty of Law, University of Basel, Peter Merian-Weg 8, Basel, Switzerland) ein „Brownbag Lunch“ mit Guy Dehn, dem Direktor und Gründer von Public Concern at Work statt. Hintergrund sind die Schweizer Überlegungen zur gesetzlichen Verankerung von Whistleblowerschutz, wobei man offensichtlich von den Erfahrungen in Großbritannien lernen möchte.
Whistleblower Protection – The Experience of the United Kingdom
Invitation to Basel Institute on Governance Brownbag Lunch with Guy Dehn (Director, Public Concern at Work, UK)
11 September 2007 , 12h15-13h45, Basel, Switzerland
The Basel Institute on Governance is pleased to invite you to our next Brownbag Lunch with Guy Dehn , Director and Founder of the London-based Whistleblower Protection Organisation „Public Concern at Work“. Mr Dehn will speak about the experience of the United Kingdom in developing and enforcing a whistleblower protection legislation. This discussion is particularly well-timed as it coincides with a draft legislation currently being developed in the Swiss Parliament.
When : Tuesday, 11 September 2007, 12h15 – 13h45
Where : Faculty of Law, University of Basel, Peter Merian-Weg 8, Basel, Switzerland (map attached, the room number will be communicated at the entrance)
Registration: Registration is optional. However, since admission priority will be given to registered participants, we recommend that you register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate your full name, institutional affiliation, email address and telephone number.
Language : English
Logistics : The event is free of charge. Beverages will be served. Participants are invited to bring their own lunch (law faculty cafeteria offers sandwiches and salads).
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