Consultation Responses

An IER response to Richard Baker MSP’s Consultation Paper on Culpable Homicide (Scotland) Bill By Professor Steve Tombs and Professor David Whyte.

9 March 2015

By Steve Tombs, Professor of Criminology at the Open University and
David Whyte, Professor of Socio-legal Studies at University of Liverpool.

Response to the Law Society consultation: How should employment tribunals operate in the future?

18 February 2015

Nicole Busby, Michael Ford, Morag McDermont and David Renton respond to the Law society consultation on behalf of the Institute of Employment Rights.

Response to Inquiry into Deaths (Scotland) Bill Consultation

17 November 2013

Dr David Whyte responds to a public consultation on behalf of the Institute of Employment Rights, broadly in favour of the proposals set out in the Draft Inquiry into Deaths (Scotland) Bill.

The Whistleblowing Framework: Call for Evidence

30 October 2013

In this Consultation Response, Senior Lecturer at University of East London's School of Law & Social Sciences Catherine Hobby proposes the government take several measures to improve the legal protection of whistleblowers.

Response to the Triennial Review of the Health and Safety Executive

26 July 2013

Academics David Whyte and Steve Tombs provide a detailed and critical response to the government's Triennial Review of the Health and Safety Executive, in which a reduction in the body's responsibilities or even its total abolition could be considered.

Response to Whistleblowing Commission: Strengthening law and policy

21 June 2013

The IER has responded to the Whistleblowing Commission of charity Public Concern at Work (PCAW) advocating changes in policy and law to encourage people to come forward about matter of public interest.

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