GAP experts frequently give talks and trainings about various aspects of whistleblowing to a wide range of audiences— labor unions, NGOs, college and university students, academic scholars, journalists, professional societies, inspectors general, ethics & compliance officers, human resources staff, attorneys, government and corporate management, and boards of directors.

GAP also offers on a limited basis a customized program entitled Truth Be Told: Reflections from Whistleblowers.” This program evolved from our successful American Whistleblower Tour, where GAP visited more than 30 colleges and universities to educate the next generation of workers and leaders about the phenomenon of whistleblowing. Featuring a GAP expert moderator along with one or more notable whistleblowers who share their experiences of deciding to speak up rather than stay silent in the face of serious misconduct, this inspiring program can be tailored for undergraduate and graduate school students as well as for citizen Town Halls and speaker series, professional ethics events and other audiences.

To inquire about inviting a GAP expert to speak to your audience or organizing “Truth Be Told” event, please contact Dana Gold, GAP’s Director of Education & Strategic Partnerships, at [email protected] or 202.457.0034 x160.