Attend the International Festival of Whistleblowing, Dissent and Accountability this weekend (May 8)

Something exciting is happening this weekend. The International Festival of Whistleblowing, Dissent and Accountability!

Prepare yourself for this Saturday, the 8th of May. You will experience an enlightening journey into the heart of some of the world’s most grave injustices. Through, art, music, film & theatre as well as practical workshops, panels, interviews and mini-lectures we pause to reflect on how we find out about these injustices, what price was paid for the truth and by whom, how these grave circumstances are understood, spun and reported, and what can be done to facilitate justice.

Full schedule in pdf format:

https://schedule.whistleblowingfest.org

The lobby will be open and accessible at anytime from 8th May at 7:45 AM BST, 8:45 AM CET.

Find the lobby here:

https://lobby.whistleblowingfest.org

Featuring the following contributors and speakers:

Sami Al-Arian, Academic
Michael Albert, Author and activist
Mads Andenæs, Lawyer
Diani Barreto, Painter and activist
Somerset Bean, Graphic designer
Max Blumenthal, Investigative journalist and author
Jonathan Cook, Journalist and author
John Christensen, Tax justice campaigner
Eileen Chubb, Whistleblower and founder of Compassion in Care
Marjorie Cohn, Lawyer, academic and writer
Michel Collon, Author and journalist
Naomi Colvin, Whistleblower advocate
Clare Daly, Politician and Irish MEP
Viktor Dedaj, Author and activist
Kareem Dennis (Lowkey), Rapper and activist
John Doe, Hacktivist
Davide Dormino, Sculptor
Suelette Dreyfus, Technology researcher, journalist and writer
Rod Driver, Writer
Daniel Ellsberg, Pentagon Papers whistleblower
Andrew Feinstein, Writer, campaigner and former politician
Denzil Forrester, Artist
Marianna Fotaki, Academic and public health expert
Andrew Fowler, Investigative journalist
Nathaniel Frank, Source protector and facilitator
Nathan Fuller, Writer and campaigner
John Furse, Filmmaker
George Galloway, Politician, broadcaster and writer
Chamira Gamage, Campaigner and entrepreneur
Martin Garbus, Attorney and author
Cristina Godoy-Navarrete, Human rights activist
Kevin Gosztola, Journalist and filmmaker
Deepa Govindarajan Driver, Academic and trade unionist
Tareq Haddad, Writer and investigative journalist
Nicky Hager, Author and investigative journalist
Jeremy Hammond, Hactivist
Charles Hector, Lawyer and human rights activist
Nancy Hollander, Lawyer
Selma James, Writer and activist
Lissa Johnson, Psychologist and writer
Eva Joly, Lawyer and former magistrate and politician
John Jones, Journalist
Ögmundur Jónasson, Politician and former interior minister of Iceland
Torsten Jurell, Visual artist
Peter Kennard, Artist and professor of visual art
Kate Kenny, Academic specialising in whistleblowing
John Kiriakou, Author and CIA whistleblower
Niki Konstantinidou, Screenwriter, lawyer and novelist
Niels Ladefoged, Filmmaker
Richard Lahuis, Photographer
Joe Lauria, Journalist and author
Lisa Longstaff, Women’s rights activist
Clara López Rubio, Filmmaker
Lauri Love, Activist and technology expert
David McBride, Lawyer and whistleblower
Ray McGovern, Activist and former CIA officer
Alan MacLeod, Journalist
Franck Magennis, Lawyer and activist
Stefania Maurizi, Investigative journalist
Barbara Meister, Journalist and author
Nils Melzer, Lawyer
David Miller, Academic
Federica Morelli, Journalist and activist
Moritz Mueller, Journalist
Iain Munro, Academic
Craig Murray, Author, journalist and human rights activist
Fidel Narvaez, Human rights activist
Peter Oborne, Journalist
Mohamedou Ould Slahi, Former Guantanamo detainee, engineer and writer
Iain Overton, Investigative journalist
Jose Passarelli, Filmmaker and animator
Juan Passarelli, Filmmaker
John Pilger, Journalist and author
Margaret Prescod, Author and radio host
Sami Ramadani, Academic and anti-war activist
Afshin Rattansi, Journalist
Margaret Ratner Kunstler, Attorney and author
John Rees, Anti-war activist and journalist
Piers Robinson, Academic
Stephen Rohde, Writer and political activist
Maggie Ronayne, Academic, trade unionist and women’s rights campaigner
John Russell, Academic and artist
Arne Ruth, Retired editor
Justin Schlosberg, Academic and media activist
Prem Sikka, Academic and tax justice campaigner
Norman Solomon, Journalist
Jeffrey Sterling, Lawyer and CIA whistleblower
Serena Tinari, Investigative journalist
Fred Turnheim, Journalist and academic
Cathy Vogan, Journalist and academic
Sam Weinstein, Social justice campaigner and trade unionist
Chris Williamson, Politician
Asa Winstanley, Journalist
Andy Worthington, Journalist
And more.

Find all the details on the event page:

http://www.whistleblowingfest.org

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