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GAP Resources & Publications

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GAP publishes books, articles, reports, white papers and resource guides about whistleblowing. We also write op-eds, are frequently quoted by the press, and maintain a regular blog.

 

Books

The Art of Anonymous Activism

This guide was published by the Government Accountability Project, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, and the Project On Government Oversight as a how-to manual for public employees considering blowing the whistle on waste, fraud, or abuse.

The Corporate Whistleblower’s Survival Guide: A Handbook for Committing the Truth. (Berrett-Koehler 2011)

Tom Devine and Tarek F. Maassarani

This step-by-step guide details key information that potential business whistleblowers should know before, during, and after blowing the whistle. GAP Legal Director Tom Devine and former GAP investigator Tarek F. Maassarani, co-authors of the book, summarize a decade-long under-the-radar legal revolution in corporate worker free speech rights.

The Rise of the American Corporate Security State: Six Reasons to Be Afraid. (Berrett-Koehler 2014)

Beatrice Edwards

GAP’s International Director Beatrice Edwards illustrates how Americans now live in a security state where the government values corporate rights over its citizens. Edwards draws upon years of experience to author this call-to-action for anyone willing to fight the erosion of our civil liberties.

 

Program Reports & Publications

 

Videos

“Anyone Can Whistle: The Essential Role of the Whistleblower in American Society.”

Participant Media and the Government Accountability Project, Paley Center for Media, February 17, 2010.

Hosted by Juan Williams (then of NPR) and whistleblowers Daniel Ellsberg (Pentagon Papers), Kit Foshee (meat safety), Mike German (FBI), Cathy Harris (U.S. Customs/racial profiling), Babak Pasdar (telecom/surveillance), Coleen Rowley (FBI), and Frank Serpico (NYPD).

“The Ethics of Whistle Blowing.”

Religion and Ethics Newsweekly, PBS, February 14, 2014.

Featuring whistleblowers Edward Snowden, Thomas Drake and Jesselyn Radack and GAP’s Founder and Executive Director Louis Clark.

“Models of Courageous Citizenship: The American Whistleblower Tour.”

Government Accountability Project, Syracuse University, April 23, 2014.

Featuring GAP President Louis Clark, NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake, Department of Education whistleblower Jon Oberg, GAP National Security & Human Rights Director Jesselyn Radack, Countrywide Financial whistleblower Michael Winston, "Plan B" whistleblower Susan Wood.