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1997-10-01

Whistleblower Survival Guide

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??The Whistleblower Survival Guide, a new book that aims to help both public and private sector employees blow the whistle on everything from official corruption to sexual harassment.

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  • Tom Devine, the author of the ??Whistleblower Survival Guide: Courage Without Martyrdom. He is also the legal director of the Government Accountability Project, a group that provides support to whistleblowers in the both the private and public sector.
  • Mick Anderson, a former employee of the International Criminal Investigation and Assistance Program (ICITAP), a Department of Justice program that trains foreign police forces. He blew the whistle on alleged leaks of classified data and also raised allegations of widespread Department of Justice misconduct including sexual harassment, cost overruns and abuses in areas of human rights and ethics.

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