Cosponsored with the Government Accountability Project and the Center for Public Interest Careers at Harvard College
Over the past several years, the American media have sharply increased their coverage of scandals that have been brought to light by whistleblowers, including NSA spying, banking fraud, contaminated food, and nuclear safety risks. There has never been a more important time to learn about the important role whistleblowers play in promoting accountability and to understand the challenges they face when disclosing wrongdoing and threats to the public interest.
Join us for a conversation with Jesselyn Radack, Department of Justice whistleblower and GAP attorney to intelligence whistleblowers Edward Snowden, Thomas Drake, and John Kiriakou, and Dr. Walter Tamosaitis, Hanford Nuclear Reservation engineering and safety whistleblower. This discussion will be moderated by Dana Gold, Senior Fellow with the Government Accountability Project and Network Fellow with the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics.
This event is free and open to the public. Register now to reserve your space.
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