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Whistleblowers put their careers, reputations and sometimes even their lives at stake to expose wrongdoing and abuses of power. When someone takes such a monumental decision, new legislation, technology and the public and media reception of that person’s disclosures become particularly relevant. In today’s information society, journalists, lawyers and technology experts have a joint responsibility to protect whistleblowers, as they literally put the public interest before their own. 

During the day we will explore what can be done to improve the position of whistleblowers. We will examine this position from a legal, journalistic, and technological perspective, in the precense of policy advisers. Lawyers, journalists, and technologists share a mutual responsibility for the protection of whistleblowers in the information age. We therefore hope to find synergies between these various perspectives in workshops.

In the evening we will take a look at the legal, technological and journalistic consequences both nationally and internationally, of Edward Snowden’s revelations. In addition, we reflect on the role and responsibilities of lawmakers, journalists and the internet community in the protection of whistleblowers, and of whistleblowers themselves in protecting the public interest.

More information at www.dezwijger.nl/whistleblowers

The International Whistleblowers Conference 2014 is organised by Network Democracy, Free Press Unlimited and the Netherlands Whistleblower Advice Centre, in partnership with the Whistleblowing International Network (WIN) and the Hermes Centre for Transparency and Human Rights.

10.00 - 12.00 uur

During the day we will explore what can be done to improve the position of whistleblowers. We will examine this position from a legal, journalistic, and technological perspective, in the precense of policy advisers. Lawyers, journalists, and technologists share a mutual responsibility for the protection of whistleblowers in the information age. We therefore hope to find synergies between these various perspectives in workshops.

Speakers: 

- Fabio Pietrosanti (Globaleaks)

- Anna Myers (WIN)

- Diana Schemo (100Reporters)

 

20.00 - 22.00 uur

In the evening we will take a look at the legal, technological and journalistic consequences both nationally and internationally, of Edward Snowden’s revelations. In addition, we reflect on the role and responsibilities of lawmakers, journalists and the internet community in the protection of whistleblowers, and of whistleblowers themselves in protecting the public interest.

Speakers: 

- Hans-Martin Tillack (STERN magazine)

- Alison Glick (Government Accountability Project, USA - part of Snowden legal team

- Garrett Robinson (SecureDrop)

- Yves Eudes (Le Monde)

20:00 – 20:15 - Opening keynote: Hans-Martin Tillack (STERN magazine)

20:00 – 22:00 Panel debate: Hans-Martin Tillack (STERN magazine), Alison Glick (Government Accountability Project, USA - part of Snowden legal team, Garrett Robinson (SecureDrop), Yves Eudes (Le Monde)

Moderator: Teun Gautier 

More information at www.dezwijger.nl/whistleblowers

The International Whistleblowers Conference 2014 is organised by Network DemocracyFree Press Unlimited and the Netherlands Whistleblower Advice Centre, in partnership with the Whistleblowing International Network (WIN) and the Hermes Centre for Transparency and Human Rights.

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