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Government Accountability Project Launches Expanded Climate Science Program

August 25, 2015

GAP Begins Next Phase of Rick Piltz’s Climate Science Watch Program: Climate Science & Policy Watch 

70,000 Petitioners Demand Protections for Truth-telling Contract Poultry Farmers

August 03, 2015

(WASHINGTON) – Perdue contract farmer Rudy Howell has collected more than 70,000 petition signatures urging Congress to ensure protections for poultry farmers who face reprisal for speaking out. The Food Integrity Campaign (FIC, a program of the Government Accountability Project) is backing Howell’s petition, which stems from industry-wide reports of retaliation against contract farmers who raise concerns.

UK rule of law undermined by EU agency threatening Bindmans’ client and solicitor with criminal prosecution

July 24, 2015

The retaliation campaign against whistleblower Maria Bamieh now includes the threat of criminal prosecution, made by an agency of the European Union. Ms. Bamieh’s attorneys have also been threatened with prosecution.  The threat is designed to annul Ms. Bamieh’s right to litigate on her own behalf by silencing her and all witnesses to the crimes that she reported.

Media Advisory: Expert Panel on The Public Interest and Whistleblowing

July 10, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Disclosures in the Public Interest: Should national security whistleblowers have a public interest defense?

ADVISORY: SENATE FULL COMMITTEE HEARING ON FEDERAL WHISTLEBLOWER RETALIATION

June 10, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 10, 2015

SENATE FULL COMMITTEE HEARING ON FEDERAL WHISTLEBLOWER RETALIATION

Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Hearing to Include GAP’s Legal Director Tom Devine

Diplomats Subvert a UN Proposal to Investigate Sexual Abuse of African Children

June 04, 2015

Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon’s Statement Offers no Protection for Victims of Sexual Abuse or the Whistleblowers who report it

(WASHINGTON) – Observers at the United Nations reported today to the Government Accountability Project (GAP) that Ban Ki-Moon has just announced an inquiry into allegations of sexual abuse against children in the Central African Republic (CAR).  The alleged perpetrators were French troops, deployed under UN Security Council resolution 2127.

PATRIOT ACT EXPIRES

June 01, 2015

GAP WHISTLEBLOWERS PLAY CRITICAL ROLE IN BRINING DEBATE TO FOREFRONT OF NATIONAL DISCUSSION

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