Items where Author / Artist / Editor is "Homewood, Stephen"
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Priest, Sally J. and Suykens, Cathy and Van Rijswick, H. F. M. W. and Schellenberger, Thomas and Goytia, Susana and Kundzewicz, Zbigniew and van Doorn-Hoekveld, Willemijn and Beyers, Jean-Christophe and Homewood, Stephen (2016) The European Union approach to flood risk management and improving societal resilience: lessons from the implementation of the Floods Directive in six European countries. Ecology and Society . ISSN 1708-3087 (Accepted/In press)
Homewood, Stephen and Lewis, David B. (2004) Five years of the Public Interest Disclosure Act in the UK: are whistleblowers adequately protected? Web journal of current legal issues, 5 . pp. 1-9. ISSN 1360-1326
Homewood, Stephen (2003) The Freedom Of Information Act and whistleblowing in the UK: some reflections. Freedom Of Information Law Review, 105 . pp. 43-48. ISSN 0817-3532
Homewood, Stephen (2003) Review of 'Environmental Law' by David Hughes, Tim Jewell, Jason Lowther, and Neil Parpworth. Environmental Law Review, 5 . pp. 74-75. ISSN 1461-4529
Lewis, David B. and Kyprianou, Anna and Homewood, Stephen and Ellis, Catherine-Anne (2001) Whistleblowing at work: the results of a survey of procedures in further and higher education. Education and the law, 13 (3). pp. 215-225. ISSN 0953-9964
Homewood, Stephen (2003) Grossbrittanien und der MenschenRechts Charta. In: Aktuelle Probleme der RechtStaates. Banaszak, Bogusław, ed. Europa University of Frankfurt Press, Germany, pp. 113-119. ISBN 9788388135538
Homewood, Stephen and Lewis, David B. (2001) Defining the public interest in legislation: the case of employment protection for whistleblowers. In: The legal regulation of the employment relationship. Collins, Hugh and Davies, Paul and Rideout, Roger W., eds. Kluwer, London, pp. 305-315. ISBN 9789041196422
Alexander, Meghan and Priest, Sally J. and Micou, Paula and Tapsell, Sue M. and Green, Colin H. and Parker, Dennis J. and Homewood, Stephen (2016) Analysing and evaluating flood risk governance in England – enhancing societal resilience through comprehensive and aligned flood risk governance arrangements. Project Report. Middlesex University.