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#Whistleblowing

# whistleblowing - Thursday 28 November, 2019

Tom Clonan: 'My whistleblower journey in the Defence Forces has ended. I am back in from the cold'

Dr Tom Clonan met with the Defence Forces Chief of Staff today about a reconciliation process. ‘Unusually for Ireland, this whistleblowing story has a happy ending,’ he writes.

# whistleblowing - Tuesday 14 February, 2017

As it happened: There will be a Tribunal into alleged smear campaign against Maurice McCabe

Enda Kenny will likely announce a tribunal this afternoon.

# whistleblowing - Wednesday 21 September, 2016

GSOC chair: 'We need more teeth to be able to investigate gardaí'

Judge Mary Ellen Ring spoke frankly to TDs and senators today.

# whistleblowing - Friday 7 November, 2014

New whistleblowing 'commandments' for Gardaí

Members of the force will be given further protection in the area of whistleblowing, under plans to set up an independent policing authority.

# whistleblowing - Sunday 25 August, 2013

Column: The drama surrounding Manning and Snowden is diverting attention from what matters

Manning’s gender identity crisis and the drama surrounding Snowden’s exile have simultaneously propelled them further into the media spotlight, while diverting us from the substance and consequence of their leaks, writes John Devitt.

# whistleblowing - Monday 17 June, 2013

China dismisses Dick Cheney's claims that Snowden spied for Beijing

A State-backed newspaper has claimed extraditing Edward Snowden would leave Hong Kong ‘forever tarnished’.

# whistleblowing - Sunday 5 February, 2012

Column: Whistleblowers are essential to our society – and I should know

Louise Bayliss was made redundant after publicising the treatment of mental health patients. Following her reinstatement, she argues Ireland has kept secrets for too long.