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Peer Review on «Enhancing whistleblower protection»

On 14–15 February The Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs hosts a Peer Review on «Enhancing whistleblower protection through better collaboration between responsible authorities – a tool to prevent and tackle work-related crime».

The peer review will discuss good practices to enhance cooperation between different national authorities to prevent and tackle work-related crime.

The key presentations will be broadcast live from 09:30–11:30 on Thursday 14 February.

Web TV Enhancing whistleblower protection through better collaboration between responsible authorities

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Programme

09:30–10:00

Welcome to participants and brief introduction to the topic and expectaions from the Peer Review
Guro Angell Gimse, State Secretary (Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs)

Putting the Peer Review in the EU policy context, Tina Weber (Mutual Learning Service Team)

10:00–10:30

Presentation from host country expert, Sissel Trygstad (Fafo)

10:30–11:30

Presentation of Norwegian approach and practice
Christin Bergan (Labour Inspection Authority)
Tone Guldbrandsen (Petroleum Safety Authority)

About the Peer Review

The Peer Review is hosted by the Norwegian Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and is organised under the Mutual Learning Programme (MLP).

See also: Peer Review on «Enhancing whistleblower protection through better collaboration between responsible authorities – a tool to prevent and tackle work-related crime» (European Commission)

 

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