With support from the National Endowment for Democracy, CIPE’s Anti-Corruption and Governance Center (ACGC) established the Whistleblower Resource Catalogue as part of our Rapid Response initiative.
This catalogue highlights a number of resources for potential and existing whistleblowers, so they can make an informed decision on if, when, and how they want to blow the whistle and the risks associated with doing so. The catalogue has a variety of resources that can be applied to potential whistleblowers globally, with resources in currently available in English, Spanish, and French. With this in mind, the ACGC aims to make this a living, public resource where users can suggest resources that they think would be good additions to the package.
To suggest resources to add to the catalogue, please email Program Officer, Richard Christel at email@example.com
CIPE and ACGC do not endorse any of these materials or the organizations included therein. Our tool is simply a resource aggregator. We do not investigate claims nor will we refer individuals to counsel. This list is simply to be informative of whistleblower support materials that already exist.
If you would like your organization’s resources removed from this database, please also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resource Type Taxonomy
A piece of writing on a specific topic, either long or short, that is part of a publication (either physical or digital). This can include independent pieces of writing from books (such as chapters from a larger text), textbooks, journals, and websites.
A written, published work on various topics of specific subject matter. This can include textbooks, workbooks or any published work on a specific topics related to whistleblowing.
A written or verbal application for individuals to report instances of wrongdoing anonymously. Complaint forms and hotlines for whistleblowers can be found on the webpages of organizations, government offices/ministries, civil society groups and private sector companies .
A check list document that includes how-tos, instructional and charts. These could be stand-alone documents or part of larger reports.
Forms of communication including videos, podcasts and apps that allow users to communicate between each other, or organizations. This can include media sponsored by an organization, government, civil society and the private sector. This media produced can be a one-off discussion on a specific topic related to whistleblowers or part of a series related to various whistleblower topics.
A webpage of a government agency/office/ministry, non-governmental organization, or private sector entity dedicated to working on or spreading information on whistleblowing.