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Scientific Program

Forum Agenda

10:00 CET – Opening of the Conference

10:10 CET - Opening speech 

Prof. Wim Vandekerckhove, BA, PGCert, MA, PhD - University of Greenwich, Convenor of ISO 37002 Whistleblowing management systems, the United Kingdom

New standards in whistleblowing regulation. How far have we come?


First panel – Moderator: Prof. Wojciech Brzozowski, University of Warsaw


10:25 CET – keynote speech

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Gerhard Dannecker – Heidelberg University, Germany

Integration of whistleblowing into the German legal system


10:40 CET – Prof. Maria Teresa Carinci – University of Milan, Italy

Whistle blowing in Italy and the transposition of Directive (EU) 1937/2019


10:55 CET doc. JUDr. Peter Varga, Phd and mgr. Veronika Zoričáková, PhD – Trnava University, Slovakia

Whistleblower protection from the perspective of Slovak legislation


11:10 CET – Adam Rommel - Ethics & Compliance Manager for Europe in Fortune 500 company, Adjunct lecturer at faculties of law at the Catholic University of Lille and the CY Paris-Cergy University, France

Whistleblowing systems and protections under French Sapin 2 law and potential changes in light of the EU 2019/1937 Directive


11:25 CET– Beata Baran, PhD - Jagiellonian University, Poland

Polish regulation on whistleblowing and the transposition of the EU 2019/1937 Directive


11:40 CET Vigjilenca Abazi, PhD, LLM – Maastricht University, the Netherlands

Whistleblowing in the European Union


11:55 CET – Discussion



12:10 – 12:20 CET Home coffee break



Second panel – Moderator: Prof. Marek Bielecki, the War Studies University - TBC


12:20 CET – keynote speech

Prof. Kate Kenny, MBS, PhD – NUI Galway University, Ireland

Effectiveness of whistleblowing systems: a critical approach


12:35 CET  Prof. Regina Redinha and António Gonçalves, LLM student – University of Porto, Portugal

Protection for whistleblowers: a new step in the tension between freedom of speech and duty of loyalty in the employment relationship


12:50 CET dr hab. Grzegorz Makowski, PhD, Warsaw School of Economics, the Stefan Batory Foundation, Poland

Whistleblowing in Poland - between law and ethos


13:05 CET – Marianna Fotaki, MD, PhD, MSc (Econ) - University of Warwick, the United Kingdom

Whistleblowers Counteracting Institutional Corruption in The National Health Service in the United Kingdom


13:20 CET – Howard Whitton - Founding Director of the Ethicos Group, Australia, Visiting Fellow in the University of Canberra; formerly a specialist adviser on Ethics and Corruption-prevention to OECD, UN Ethicos Office, and various UN agencies, Australia

Treating Whistleblowers as business assets: twelve strategies for Leaders and Managers


13:35 CET – Discussion



13:50 – 14:00 CET Home lunch break



Third panel – Moderator: Daniel Książek, PhD - Jagiellonian University, Poland - TBC


14:00 CET – Doc. Tetiana Drakohrust, PhD - West Ukrainian National University, Ukraine

Legal status and protection of corruption whistleblowers in Ukraine


14:15 CET - Stelios Andreadakis, PhD – Brunel University of London, the United Kingdom; Dimitrios Kafteranis, PhD candidate, University of Luxembourg 

Halet vs. Luxembourg: LuxLeaks and the Delicate Balancing of Private and Public Interests


14:30 CET – Bence Udvarhelyi, PhD - University of Miskolc, Hungary

The protection of the financial interests of the European Union by the mean of whistleblowing


14:45 CET - Laura William, PhD, FHEA, and Prof. Wim Vandekerckhove, BA, PGCert, MA, PhD - University of Greenwichthe United Kingdom

Whistleblowing with discrimination at Employment Tribunal in the UK


15:00 CET Patrik Stonjek, MS - ŠKODA AUTO a.s., Czech Republic

Whistleblower protection or self-investigation


15:15 – 15:30 CET Dyskusja



15:30 – 15:40 CET – Home coffee break



Fourth Panel – Moderator: Beata Baran, PhD - Jagiellonian University - TBC


15:40 CET – Michał Ożóg, PhD - Jagiellonian University, Univeristy of Bialystok, Poland

Whistleblowing as a moral and legal duty in the history of polish criminal law


15:55 CET – Tomasz Królasik, PhD – University of Warsaw, Poland

Whistleblowing in the Duchy of Warsaw and Kingdom of Poland regarding public and private debt


16:10 CET – Jakob Maziarz, PhD - Jagiellonian University, Poland

Where is the limit for a whistleblower? Responsibility for a false accusation and the public interest in interwar Poland


16:25 CET - Paul Zimmermann, PhD candidate – University of Innsbruck, Austria

Protecting Whistleblowers to Enforce the Law? Studying Problematization(s) within the EU Whistleblower Directive


16:40 CET - Piotr Kłosowski, PhD candidate – Jagiellonian University, Poland

Drafting new legislation on the protection of whistleblowers – the Czech perspective


16:55 CET – Discussion


17:05 CET – Closing remarks