Public Interest Disclosure changes ahead but 'much work' needed before national anti-corruption body kicks off

Sarah Basford Canales
Updated November 30 2022 - 6:58pm, first published 1:00pm
Human Rights Law Centre senior lawyer Kieran Pender (left) and Transparency International Australia board member Professor AJ Brown (right). Picture by Elesa Kurtz

Whistleblower advocates have welcomed the federal government's "first steps" to fixing patchwork laws that protect those who come forward but are eager to see more done in the coming months.

Sarah Basford Canales

Sarah Basford Canales

Canberra Times journalist

I'm a federal politics and public sector reporter with an interest in national security, integrity and regulation. Contact me with general tips and thoughts at or confidential tips to

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