The goals of this study are dual in nature. The first is to determine what type of protective measures for witnesses, whistleblowers, and other reporting persons would be the most effective when implemented in small island States. The second involves determining how to encourage a person to report in the first place, whether that means providing testimony in court or reporting corruption in a public office. Both sides are intrinsically linked; protection policies are meaningless without people willing to report, but most people are not willing to report unless they know they will be protected from danger.

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