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VIOLATION OF WHISTLEBLOWER'S RIGHTS IN MONTENEGRO 
November 17, 2021 

In Špadijer v. Montenegro (31549/18) the European Court of Human Rights stated that Montenegro violated Article 8 of the Convention. The victim, a prison guard who blew the whistle on five of her colleagues for indecent behavior at work consisting in having abusive “physical contact” with female inmates, complained of a violation of her dignity, honor, reputation, and professional integrity. The Court stated that Montenegrin authorities violated their positive obligations aimed at safeguarding the right to respect for private and family life because of "the lack of assessment of all the incidents in question and the failure to take account of the overall context, including the potential whistle-blowing context."

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VIRTEU NATIONAL WORKSHOP - DENMARK
May 18, 2022 

We are delighted to announce the publication of the VIRTEU National Workshop focused on Denmark, which is aimed at exploring the interconnections between tax crimes and corruption in the Danish jurisdiction. The event enjoyed the participation of members from Transparency International (Denmark), Tax Justice Network, the University of Copenhagen, and the Univesity Luiss Guido Carli. The video recordings of the two sessions of such a brilliant and insightful discussion are available online.

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