National Whistleblower Center Launches Redesigned Website

Expanded FAQ section highlights learn your rights section

Published on December 26, 2018

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National Whistleblower Center Redesigned Website 2018

On December 5, 2018, the National Whistleblower Center (NWC) launched a redesigned website at The website was designed to have a better user experience by streamlining menus, updated resource pages, and posting relevant video content. A fresh-modern homepage educates visitors on the NWC’s work, directs users to helpful resource pages, current advocacy projects, and the latest whistleblower news.

In addition, the site offers a revamped resource page on the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) related to whistleblower laws. The Know Your Rights resource guide provides direct assistance and information for whistleblower protection. The content posted in the news and press release pages can easily be shared on social media.  

The navigation menus make it easy for visitors to join the effort and gives users the ability to seamlessly alert local government officials about ongoing advocacy campaigns. The Global Wildlife Whistleblower Program page continues to educate visitors on the importance of whistleblowers to combat wildlife crimes, and the avenue to securely report transnationally. The new language toggle menu found on the header makes content available in 13 different languages.

“We encourage everyone to visit and explore the site. We will continue to expand our resources with updates to our FAQ pages, post more video content, and deliver updated information to advocate for whistleblower protection,” said Farhat Muruwat, NWC’s digital advocacy coordinator. To receive updates, sign up here. Stay connected on social media when important news and advocacy campaigns are posted on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube.

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About the National Whistleblower Center

Founded in 1988, the National Whistleblower Center (NWC) is a U.S.-based non-profit, non-partisan legal advocacy organization that fights to strengthen whistleblower rights and protections in the U.S. and around the world. The NWC often works with anti-corruption activist and dedicated governments officials worldwide to help build effective anti-corruption programs as part of its global outreach to international whistleblowers. Through its International Anti-Corruption work, the NWC has conducted educational seminars and training with anti-corruption activist and government leaders from many countries around the world.

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