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Study by the Conseil d’État – Whistleblowing: reporting, handling and protecting – JUSCOOP
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Study by the Conseil d'État - Whistleblowing: reporting, handling and protecting
Par Conseil d'Etat
Le 06/04/2018
CE-Le-droit-d-alerte-couv-anglais
#conseil d'etat, #protecting, #whitsleblower
In accordance with the letter of engagement from the Prime Minister, this study offers a critical analysis of the whistleblowing mechanisms in effect and sets out proposals to improve their effectiveness. France has long been reporting mechanisms in place, in particular for public officials who become aware of crimes or offences in the course of their duties. Following changes in international regulations and in the wake of several high-profile cases, the French legislature has adopted a large number of provisions since 2007, whose specific purpose has been to protect people who report such matters in good faith. The provisions related to whistleblowers cover a very wide field. Nonetheless, they lack of coherence as a whole and are not sufficiently precise, as the definition of a whistleblower or the procedures that businesses and administrative authorities should follow or implement. There is also a lack of satisfactory reconciliation between the rights introduced by these provisions and other rights or obligations. The implementation of these provisions, which are mostly recent, is still limited and fragmentary. Although whistleblowing mechanisms are now well established in large businesses, largely because of the influence of foreign legislation whose scope extends to other territories, this is not the case in small and medium-sized companies, which do not appear to be adequately equipped and for which it is often not a priority in a very difficult economic context; finally, in public-sector bodies, implementing these provisions is still done at a very early stage. Read the study in English http://english.conseil-etat.fr/content/download/78621/734446/version/3/file/2016_Conseil%20d%27Etat_etude_lanceurs%20d%27alerte_ENGLISH_co2.pdf Read the study in French  http://english.conseil-etat.fr/content/download/59086/527939/version/1/file/2016%20ce_etude_droit%20d%20alerte.pdf