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Public interest disclosure legislation in Australia: towards the next generation?

31 Aug 2006
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A J Brown of Griffith Law School reviews Australian laws on public interest disclosures. He finds significant variation in the scope of whistle-blowing law between the different States and Territories, and calls for a 'second generation' of law throughout Australia. He ranks legislative provisions on a scale of 0 to 3 and finds Queensland comes out the best and the Commonwealth the worst. Unexpectedly the ACT is second worst.

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