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Whistleblowing Survey

Researchers at the University of Melbourne and Griffth University are conducting a World Online Whistleblowing Survey.

This survey asks for your views about 'whistleblowing'. Whistleblowing is when someone reveals inside information about serious wrongdoing to people or authorities who may be able to take action.

The survey includes questions about whistleblowing to the media.

The project is funded by the Australian Research Council and has been approved by the University of Melbourne research ethics committee.

The survey should take between 15 and 20 minutes to complete, depending on your answers. You can submit it even if you haven't finished it. Please note:

  • Your responses will be anonymous. Please do not tell us your name or provide any information which could identify you or anyone else when answering the survey.
  • Your answers will be kept confidential. The researchers conducting this survey will safeguard your responses and group them together with the responses of others. Only university researchers will know the content of individual answers. No information that could be used to identify individuals will be published or released to any person.
  • If you are not comfortable with any questions, feel free not to answer them. You can submit the survey even if you haven't finished it.
  • Please give honest answers. There are no right or wrong answers.
  • Anyone is welcome to complete the survey - we want as many views as possible. However, please make sure that you complete the survey only once.

Please feel free to contact the researchers for any reason at researchers@whistleblowingsurvey.org or visit: www.whistleblowingsurvey.org/