“With societies learning about the pandemic spread and the lack of preparedness for dealing with it through whistleblowers’ disclosures, this is a very topical symposium. Yet again, whistleblowers risk their jobs for speaking out.  Healthcare whistleblowers need help to speak out, now more than ever now, when timely disclosures can help prevent major disasters.”

                                    Professor Marianna Fotaki, Warwick Business School

Below are the recordings of the presentation from each speaker, and the expert panel discussion at the end. We are always happy to receive feedback so we can improve and develop our future academic events. Please feel free to leave feedback using this dedicated form (opens in a new tab).

Ian Foxley


Baroness Kramer

Opening remarks

Kevin Hollinrake MP and parliamentarians’ Q&A

Whistleblowers go where regulators cannot reach

Prof Emanuela Ceva

Whistleblowing as an answerability practice

Dr Lorenzo Pasculli

Corporate Ethos and Whistleblowing: Whistles Unblown, Whistles Unheard

James Killen

Moral Injury as an unspoken element of whistleblowing

Ian Foxley

The Whistleblower Dilemma: why don’t more good people speak up about bad things?

Expert Panel and Open Discussion

Chaired by Ian Foxley, the panel included:

Baroness Kramer, Prof John Blenkinsopp, Prof Emanuela Ceva, Laura Fatah, Prof Marianna Fotaki, Prof Kate Kenny, Dr Lorenzo Pasculli, and Prof Iain Munro.