If you are trying to understand why your boss or organization is targeting you for only doing your job and doing the right thing then consider this.
If you need to defend yourself because you are being attacked, suppressed, mistreated, or disciplined at work for trying to signal or address a problem then consider this.
This is the best introductory-level advice for whistleblowers available. It is the introductory advice prepared by professor and researcher Brian Martin (Australia) who has dedicated his entire professional career to researching whistleblowing and to helping whistleblowers.
This is the most important web page of beginner self-help advice you will find:
SUPPRESSION OF DISSENT: – GUIDE FOR NEWCOMERS
Brian Martin’s intro page contains:
- Speaking out: what you need to know (leaflet)
- Leaflet on suppression of dissent
- The Whistleblower’s Handbook
- What happens to whistleblowers, and why
- Telling your story: how to go about writing your story, for yourself and/or others
- and links to many more resources…
Just click to Brian Martin’s starter page and start considering a realistic and helpful approach to your situation.
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Posted by DenisR on April 10, 2010
Of course no method is completely secure with zero risk but this service has an outstanding track record – and it has powerful bodies with unhealthy secrets worried…
WikiLeaks is an internationally recognized secure service based in Iceland for anonymous whistleblowers who wish to leak sensitive “governmental, corporate, organizational, or religious documents,” sound recordings, and audiovisual media.
If you are a potential whistleblower tortured by unethical malfeasance that puts democracy and citizens at risk, then maybe WikiLeaks can be of use to you. Here is their site with a secure submission link:
Since its December 2006 launch Wikileaks has produced more media scoops than the ten largest investigative newspapers in the US combined and its database has grown to more than one million documents.
You imagined such a service as a solution – well it exists. Be part of the international movement towards transparency and accountability. Resolve your work-related moral dilemma. Help clean up the mess.
Wikileaks gets funding from individuals and independent media organization and professional associations and it gets legal and societal structural support from the state of Iceland.
Here is a recent independent web media video report about developments regarding Wikileaks:
Corbett Report on WikiLeaks in Iceland
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Posted by DenisR on March 28, 2010