Join Tatiana Bazzichelli, Founder of Disruption Lab Berlin
, for a conversation at UC Berkeley. She will be presenting the anthology Whistleblowing For Change: Exposing Systems of Power
and Injustice - a timely guide to exposing systems of power that shows how whistleblowing contributes to shaping change in our digitised world.
3 October 2022. 12:45 - 2:00pm
UC Berkeley, Berkeley Human Rights Center. 2224 Piedmont Ave, Berkeley, CA 94720
by 28 September.
Tatiana Bazzichelli is a curator and researcher on information technology, network culture, hacktivism and whistleblowing. She is the artistic director and founder of Disruption Network Lab, a Berlin-based nonprofit organization in Germany. Join Tatiana for a conversation about her new book, Whistleblowing For Change: Exposing Systems of Power and Injustice.
WIN's Anna Myers was delighted to contribute a chapter
'All I Ever Wanted to Know About Whistleblowing ...'
which explores a short 20-year history of whistleblowing law and practice. She describes the cultural, political and economic context in which the Public Interest Disclosure Act, 1998 was adopted and what she learned about its legal and practical implications. Anna connects the protection of whistleblowers to the concept of public accountability and describes the inherent tension this creates in an era of de-regulation and globalising business growth. Anna challenges the reader to consider their wider collective responsibility. If we believe that whistleblowers are increasingly essential to holding power to account, what are we doing to help them make a difference?
You can download the book for free here
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