Yesterday, GAP’s Food Integrity Campaign (FIC) announced a mobile-friendly redesign of its website (www.FoodWhistleblower.org). The site features an animated video that illustrates the community effort needed to safeguard food and the key role whistleblowers play in keeping our food system honest. The article also highlights the resources that FIC’s new site offers, including an interactive tool for whistleblowers to find out what legal rights they enjoy and information on active public campaigns.
Key Quote: “It takes a community to build a culture of truth-telling, and FoodWhistleblower.org provides a space for this movement to grow,” said FIC Director Amanda Hitt.
The campaign officially began a few years ago after GAP held a conference at the American University Washington College of Law addressing the many transparency and accountability issues that arise in industrial agriculture.
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Michael Riley is a Communications Intern for the Government Accountability Project, the nation’s leading whistleblower protection and advocacy organization.