The whistleblower is a worker who detects unethical activities or a workplace wrongdoing and decides to notify it to the anti-corruption Supervisor or to an authority that can effectively do something about it.

The whistleblower acts in the public interest, as they promptly make their community or the institution they belong to, aware of problems or risks related to the reported wrongdoing. Whistleblowing consists of regulating all the procedures that protect and preserve the anonimity of the whistleblowers and encourage the report of wrongdoings.