Integrity at Work Online Conference 2021

 

7 September  2021

Integrity at Work Online Conference 2021

As the EU Whistleblowing Directive is transposed into law throughout the European Union, this year’s online event will look at the practical implications for employers in implementing the Directive and the amended Protected Disclosures legislation in Ireland; discuss the importance of whistleblowing in highlighting risks within organisations; explore the experiences of employers in dealing with protected disclosures; and hear first-hand accounts from people who have spoken up about wrongdoing. The conference will present a range of perspectives from different sectors and explore how supporting whistleblowing can foster both individual and organisational integrity.

 

The event will consist of ten webinars running from 23 November – 2 December. Speakers confirmed so far include:

 

  1. Kian Caulwell - Head of Conduct Risk and Compliance Advisory, KBC Bank
  2. Clive Kelly - Former Director, Association of Compliance officers in Ireland and Independent Director, Accelerant Agency
  3. Marion Kelly - Chief Executive Officer, Irish Banking Culture Board
  4. Martin Woods - Anti-money Laundering Expert and Whistleblower
  5. Philip Brennan - Founder and Managing Director of Raiseaconcern.com
  6. Declan Walsh - Director, RSM Ireland
  7. Dr Daniel Malan - Assistant Professor in Business Ethics, Trinity College Dublin

With many more to be announced in the coming weeks.

 

To book your place and view a draft timetable, please visit Eventbrite here.

Get a 10% discount using this code: ACOI

 

Invite a colleague - This year, when you purchase a ticket you will receive a link that you can share with one of your colleagues to allow them to avail of a discounted ticket. You will receive this link in your confirmation email from Eventbrite. The link for the discounted ticket may only be shared with one of your colleagues.

 

About Integrity at Work
The Integrity at Work (IAW) programme has been designed by Transparency International Ireland to help foster workplaces where people are supported to raise concerns of wrongdoing and act with integrity. Our members include government departments, public sector bodies, charities, regulators and companies. IAW events and training provide an opportunity to share best practice, to learn about legal developments and to develop strategies to promote ethical standards and build trust amongst staff and stakeholders.