Digital Whistleblowing Fund (DWF)
The Digital Whistleblowing Fund is a micro-grant program that aims to enable investigative journalism groups and human rights grassroots organizations to receive financial, operational and strategic support in starting a secure digital whistleblowing initiative, as part of their social mission.
Digital Whistleblowing fund is supported by OSIFE in its first call for application meant for projects operating within Europe.
Whistleblowing PA is an initiative in collaboration with Transparency International Italia that makes available to all public bodies, subsidiaries and affiliates, a free IT platform to receive and manage reports of corruption.
The administration that subscribes to the WhistleblowingPA project has access to a personal platform, based on the GlobaLeaks software. On this platform, the Head of Corruption Prevention receives the reports and communicates with the whistleblower, also anonymously.
Expanding Anonymous Tipping (EAT)
EAT is a two-year project developed by civil society organisations from the ten countries with the highest level of corruption in Europe, according to Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index
The project aims to promote a whistleblowing culture and ultimately contribute to a lower level of corruption and empower civil society.
Expanding Anonymous Tipping (EAT) is a two-year anti-corruption project developed by civil society organizations from the top 10 countries with the highest level of corruption in Europe, according to Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index. The project aims to promote whistleblowing culture centered around the use and improvement of secure whistleblowing technology (EAT dropboxes based on GlobaLeaks) to ultimately contribute to a lower level of corruption through empowering local civil society.
This project is funded by the European Commission.