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Blowing the Whistle on Corruption in Latvia

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How do we create safe spaces for whistleblowers? 

In Latvia, the government is working with civil society organizations to increase public awareness on reporting breaches, including corruption, and the protections provided under the 2018 Whistleblowing Law.

In this episode, we explore the systems in place to safeguard the identities of government employees, activists, civil society organizers and other individuals who blow the whistle on illicit activities.

Guest: Inese Taurina, Executive Director of TI-DELNA

Co-host: Zuzana Wienk, Director of Currents

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