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The government did not strengthen whistleblower protection

NOTICE: The government did not follow up on the notification committee's proposal, neither about its own notification ombudsman nor its own notification committee.

"I failed to stop the Iraq war"

Gavin Hood: Official Secrets

THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL: Katharine Gun leaked information about the NSA's request to the British intelligence service GCHQ to spy on members of the UN Security Council in connection with the planned invasion of Iraq.

Of course, ordinary people can fight corruption!

The 15MpaRato campaign: The Bankia case is a good example of how ordinary people can ensure that people in power are held accountable for crimes.

Jersey – the heart of darkness

Notification: Double roles with politicians, regulators and bank directors are common in Jersey. We bring here a personal warning story about the fight against tax havens and corruption.

Professor Mads Andenæs: "Assange is exposed to several human rights violations"

WEBINAR: Oxford professor Liora Lazarus reminded of the situation for Julian Assange. "Human rights are not for the flawless, but for all."

Those with power and authority have always wanted to cut the whistleblowers

Notification: MODERN TIMES's appendix ORIENTERING is devoted to warning and truth.

Silently disciplining research

PRIO: Researchers who question the legitimacy of US wars, seem to experience being ousted from their positions in research and media institutions. The example presented here is from the Institute for Peace Research in Oslo (PRIO), an institution which historically has had researchers critical of wars of aggression – and who can hardly be labeled friends of nuclear arms.

Wallraff: "Assange has become a scapegoat"

Assange"It is incomprehensible that an undermining of the rule of law to such an extent can take place in a democracy like Sweden," says Günter Wallraff in a conversation with MODERN TIMES about the Julian Assange case. And adds: "The death sentence is as good as handed down."

Like the trial in Old Bailey against Julian Assange

ASSANGEIn this interview with journalist John Pilger, he discusses the trial of Julian Asange, as well as the freedom to hold authorities accountable, the freedom to challenge, to point out hypocrisy and to protest.

The whistleblower of the Holocaust

World War II: Two people met on the train between Warsaw and Berlin….