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IRIN EXCLUSIVE: The ethical failure – Why I resigned from the UN

June 17, 2016

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By the time I reported the sexual abuse of children by peacekeepers in Central African Republic in 2014, I had worked for the UN for nearly 20 years.

IRIN: Top UN whistleblower resigns, citing impunity and lack of accountability

June 08, 2016

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Anders Kompass quits after exposing sexual abuse by peacekeepers in Central African Republic

UN whistleblower Anders Kompass, who exposed the sexual abuse of children by French and African peacekeepers in Central African Republic, is to resign in protest over what he sees as the organisation’s failure to hold its senior officials to account.

New York Times: Whistle-Blower, Beware

May 26, 2016

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SHOULD it be a crime to report a crime? Many top officials in Washington seem to think so, at least in the case of Edward Snowden.

The Guardian: ExxonMobil tried to censor climate scientists to Congress during Bush era

May 25, 2016

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ExxonMobil moved to squash a well-established congressional lecture series on climate science just nine days after the presidential inauguration of George W Bush, a former oil executive, the Guardian has learned.

The Guardian: Future of national security whistleblowing at stake in US inquiry

May 23, 2016

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As a former Pentagon official condemns whistleblowing system, experts hope justice department effort does more than ‘rearrange deck chairs on the Titanic’

The Guardian: Snowden calls for whistleblower shield after claims by new Pentagon source

May 23, 2016

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Accusations that Pentagon retaliated against a whistleblower undermine argument that there were options for Snowden other than leaking to the media

CDN: Senate agrees on whistelblower protection

May 09, 2016

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In a rare act of bi-partisanship, a bill to protect Veterans Administration whistleblowers has been introduced in the U.S. Senate.

Connecticut Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Georgia Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson, both of the Senate Veteran Affairs Committee, introduced the Veterans First Act, a bill designed to add more protections for VA whistleblowers.


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